Vedbæk Station

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DSB station
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The main station building
Location 20 Vedbæk Stationsvej
2950 Vedbæk
Coordinates 55°51′10″N 12°33′45″E / 55.85278°N 12.56250°E / 55.85278; 12.56250Coordinates: 55°51′10″N 12°33′45″E / 55.85278°N 12.56250°E / 55.85278; 12.56250
Owned by DSB
Connections Bus line 193 and 195
Opened 2 August 1897
Preceding station   DSB Øresund   Following station
toward Helsingør
Coast Line
toward Malmö C
Vedbæk is located in Denmark
Location within Denmark

Vedbæk Station is a railway station serving the suburb of Vedbæk on the coast of North Zealand, c. 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.


The station opened in connection with the inauguration of the Coast Line on 2 August 1897, at the time of its opening in 1900, the Nærum Line reached all the way to Vedbæk Station but the stretch from Nærum to Vedbæk was closed in 1923 due to economic constraints.

The main station building on Vedbæk Stationsvej has now been closed and is rented out for private celebrations and other events.


Like the other stations on the Coast Line, Vedbæk Station was designed by Heinrich Wenck in a National Romantic style.

Two former residences for personnel from 1908 with various outbuildings are listed, they are designed by Christian Brandstrup and Holger Rasmussen.[1]


  1. ^ "Sag: De to tidl. portørboliger ved Vedbæk Station" (in Danish). Kulturstyrelsen. Retrieved 2013-05-11.