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Brugg AG railway station

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Brugg AG
The station building in 2006
LocationBrugg
Switzerland
Coordinates47°28′51.060″N 8°12′31.745″E / 47.48085000°N 8.20881806°E / 47.48085000; 8.20881806Coordinates: 47°28′51.060″N 8°12′31.745″E / 47.48085000°N 8.20881806°E / 47.48085000; 8.20881806
Elevation352 m (1,155 ft)
Owned bySwiss Federal Railways
Line(s)
Distance31.3 km (19.4 mi) from Zürich Hauptbahnhof[1]
Platforms5
Train operatorsSwiss Federal Railways
ConnectionsPostAuto Schweiz buses[2]
Construction
ArchitectJakob Friedrich Wanner [de]
History
Opened29 September 1856 (1856-09-29)
Passengers
201824,500 per weekday[3]
Services
Preceding station Swiss Federal Railways Following station
Aarau
towards Bern
InterRegio
IR 16
Baden
Frick
towards Basel SBB
InterRegio
IR 36
Baden
Wildegg
towards Olten
RegioExpress
Turgi
towards Wettingen
Preceding station Zürich S-Bahn Following station
Terminus S12 Turgi
towards Schaffhausen or Wil
Preceding station Aargau S-Bahn Following station
Lupfig
towards Langenthal
S23 Turgi
towards Baden
Lupfig
towards Muri AG
S25 Terminus
Schinznach Bad
towards Sursee
S29 Turgi
Terminus
Location
Brugg AG
Brugg AG
Location within Switzerland
Brugg AG
Brugg AG
Brugg AG (Canton of Aargau)

Brugg AG railway station (German: Bahnhof Brugg AG) serves the municipality of Brugg, in the canton of Aargau, Switzerland. Opened in 1856, it is owned and operated by Swiss Federal Railways.

The station forms the junction between the Baden–Aarau railway, part of the original line between Zurich and Olten, the Bözberg railway line (German: Bözbergstrecke), which links Basel SBB with Brugg, and the Brugg–Hendschiken line, which links Brugg with Rotkreuz.[1]

Location

Brugg railway station is situated at the intersection between the Aarauerstrasse and the Bahnhofstrasse, at the south eastern edge of the town centre.

Services

The following services stop at Brugg AG:[4]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b Eisenbahnatlas Schweiz. Cologne: Schweers + Wall. 2012. p. 11. ISBN 978-3-89494-130-7.
  2. ^ "Netzplan Region Brugg" (PDF). A-Welle. 15 December 2019. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Passagierfrequenz". Swiss Federal Railways. September 2019. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
  4. ^ "Abfahrt: Bahnhof Brugg AG" (PDF). Swiss Federal Railways (in German). 15 December 2019. Retrieved 11 July 2020.

References

  • Baldinger Fuchs, Astrid; Banholzer, Max; Baumann, Max; Müller, Felix; Siegenthaler, Silvia; Steigmeier, Andreas (2005). Brugg erleben [Experience Brugg]. 2. Baden: Verlag hier+jetzt. ISBN 3-03919-007-5.
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