Emdrup station

Emdrup station
S-train station
Coordinates 55°43′14″N 12°32′28″E / 55.72056°N 12.54111°E / 55.72056; 12.54111Coordinates: 55°43′14″N 12°32′28″E / 55.72056°N 12.54111°E / 55.72056; 12.54111
Owned by DSB
Platforms Side platforms
Tracks 2

Emdrup station is on the Farum radial of the S-train network in Copenhagen, Denmark. Local landmarks include Aarhus University's Copenhagen Campus and Emdrup Lake.


The station was not one of the original stations on the Slangerup Station. The station opened on 20 April 1906. The station building was one of the smallest on the rail line and of the same type as the ne on Hareskov Station. A the time of its opening, it was still surrounded by open farm land. The station only attracted few passengers due to competition from the tram lines to nearby Bispebjerg but was of more importance as a fraight station due to a lumberyard at the site.[1] The station was closed on 31 March but reopened as an S-train station on 25 September 1977.


Emdrup Station is served by B and H trains.

Emdrup station

Preceding station   S-train   Following station
toward Holte
toward Farum


  1. "København - Slangerup Banen" (in Danish). evp.dk. Retrieved 29 January 2015.
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