Thisted Station

Thisted station
Terminal station

Platform facade of Thisted station
Location Jernbanegade 29
7700 Thisted
Coordinates 56°57′9.5″N 8°41′17″E / 56.952639°N 8.68806°E / 56.952639; 8.68806Coordinates: 56°57′9.5″N 8°41′17″E / 56.952639°N 8.68806°E / 56.952639; 8.68806
Owned by Banedanmark
Operated by Arriva
Line(s) Thy Line
Platforms 2
Tracks 2
Architect N.P.C. Holsøe
Opened 20 April 1881
Thisted station
Location within Denmark

Thisted station (Danish: Thisted Banegård) is a railway station serving the town of Thisted, Denmark. The station is the northern terminus of the Thy Line from Struer to Thisted. The station opened in 1882 with the opening of the Thy Line. The train services are currently operated by Arriva which run frequent local train services between Thisted and Struer, and DSB which offers direct InterCity services to Copenhagen.


DMU from DSB at Thisted station in 1976.

The station opened on 20 April 1882 to serve as terminus of the new railway line from Struer to Thisted. In 1904, Thisted station also became the western terminus of the new Thisted-Fjerritslev railway line, which connected with the Fjerritslev-Frederikshavn railway line in Fjerritslev. The Thisted-Fjerritslev Line closed in 1969.


The station building was designed by architect N.P.C. Holsøe.


The train services are currently operated by Arriva which run frequent local train services from Thisted station to Struer station with onward connections to the rest of Denmark. DSB runs a twice daily InterCity service to Copenhagen.


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