Augsburg Hauptbahnhof

Augsburg Hauptbahnhof

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Augsburg Hauptbahnhof

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is the Hauptbahnhof for the Bavarian city of Augsburg, situated in southern Germany.

The station has one of the oldest still existing station halls in Germany, which was built from 1843 to 1846 after plans by architect Eduard Rüber. It was reconstructed in 1869 according to Friedrich Bürklein's plans. The station today serves as the central railway hub for the Augsburg metropolitan area and Bavarian Swabia. It is currently being modernized and an underground tram station is being built under it.

The station is on the Munich–Augsburg and Ulm–Augsburg lines and is connected by ICE and IC services to Munich, Berlin, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Stuttgart. In addition EC and night train services connect to Amsterdam, Paris and Vienna and connections will be substantially improved by the creation of the planned Magistrale for Europe.

The Augsburger Verkehrsverbund (Augsburg transport union, AVV), operates seven Regionalbahn lines from the main station to: Starting in 2008, the regional services are to be operated to S-Bahn frequencies and are to be developed in the long term into the Augsburg S-Bahn.

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