Tai Po Market Station, located in Tai Po near Uptown Plaza, is a station on the East Rail Line Line in the New Territories, Hong Kong. The station has three tracks and four platforms. Platform 1 is for northbound trains to border crossing stations at Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau and platform 4 is for southbound trains to Kowloon while platforms 2 and 3 use the same track and is reserved for peak hour traffic.
The station is went under major renovation which was completed in 2009. It remains open during the reconstruction period, though most of its former retail outlets are closed. The renovation work of the station is nearly finished which the newly relocated customer service centre and retail shops are re-opened.
The Hong Kong Railway Museum is located a short distance from the Tai Po Market Station. The old Tai Po Market station building currently forms part of the museum. The museum also contains displays of a steam locomotive and carriages from older trains that were once used by the KCRC.
The station consists of two island platforms, with platforms 2 and 3 sharing the same centre track. This centre track serves as the terminus of some trains during the day, and the departure of some extra trains southbound during morning peak hours. Northbound trains that arrive here after 11 p.m. may also use this track instead.
Free shuttle bus service is available to a few housing estates in Tai Po.