Skodsborg Station

DSB station

The main station building
Location 4 Bøllemosevej
2942 Skodsborg
Coordinates 55°49′25″N 12°34′18″E / 55.82361°N 12.57167°E / 55.82361; 12.57167Coordinates: 55°49′25″N 12°34′18″E / 55.82361°N 12.57167°E / 55.82361; 12.57167
Owned by DSB
Line(s) Coast Line
Connections Bus line 194
Opened 2 August 1897
Preceding station   DSB Øresund   Following station
toward Helsingør
Coast Line
toward Malmö C
Location within Denmark

Skodsborg Station is a regional railway station serving the suburb and seaside resort of Skodsborg, about 20 km north of central Copenhagen, Denmark.

The station is located on the Coast Line between Helsingør and Copenhagen. The train services are currently operated by the railway company DSB Øresund which runs a frequent Oresundtrain service between Helsingør and Malmö. Skodsborg is a quiet residential neighbourhood and the station sees mostly local traffic.


The station opened in connection with the inauguration of the Coast Line on 2 August 1897.


Typical of the stations on the Coast Line, Skodsborg Station is designed by Heinrich Wenck in the National Romantic style. The main station building is located on the east side of the tracks while a pavilion with waiting room is located on their west side.

The station is listed.[1]


  1. "Sag: Skodsborg Station" (in Danish). Kulturstyrelsen. Retrieved 2013-05-11.
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