Degow train station

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Degow station was a residential area in the Prussian province of Pomerania .

The settlement was established in the second half of the 19th century: In 1859 the Belgard – Kolberg line of the Berlin-Szczecin Railway Company was laid out and a train station was set up about 1 kilometer north of Degow .

A small settlement called "Bahnhof Degow" developed near the station. In 1864 there were 22 inhabitants here, in 1905 27 inhabitants.

Until 1945 Degow station formed a residential area in the municipality of Degow and belonged with this to the Kolberg-Körlin district in the Prussian province of Pomerania.

After 1945, the place of residence came to Poland , like all of Western Pomerania . Today the place is in the area of ​​the Polish Gmina Dygowo (rural community Degow) , the development is not officially listed as a special residential area.


  • Manfred Vollack : The Kolberger Land. Its cities and villages. A Pomeranian homeland book. Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft, Husum 1999, ISBN 3-88042-784-4 , p. 165.


  1. ^ Degow train station in the Pomerania information system.

Coordinates: 54 ° 8 ′  N , 15 ° 44 ′  E