Jedlová railway station

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Station building from the track side
Station building from the track side
Location in the network Separation station
Design Through station
IBNR 5400282
opening January 16, 1869
Okres Okres Děčín
region Ústecký kraj
Country Czech Republic
Coordinates 50 ° 50 '26 "  N , 14 ° 34' 6"  E Coordinates: 50 ° 50 '26 "  N , 14 ° 34' 6"  E
Height ( SO ) 544  m
Railway lines
List of train stations in the Czech Republic
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The station Jedlová (until 1918: Tannenberg , 1919-1938: Jedlová / Tannenberg , 1938-1945: Great Stone ) is the hub of railway lines Bakov nad Jizerou-Rumburk and Děčín-Varnsdorf . It is located in the middle of the forests of the Lusatian Mountains (Czech: Lužicke hory ) at an altitude of 544 meters at the address Jedlová 17 without reference to a village . It got its name after the nearby, striking mountain Jedlová ( Fir Hill ).

The station was opened on January 16, 1869 by the Bohemian Northern Railway Company . The station with the connecting lines was built after the Austro-Prussian War as an emergency work.

Because of the difficult route, the routes were once with the then already existing Alpine railways , such. B. compared the Semmering Railway and the Brenner Railway . That is why the next train station in the direction of Varnsdorf and Rumburk was originally named Kleinsemmering (today: Chřibská train station ).

A distinction from the Jedlová train station is the Jedlová stop (Jedlová zastávka, formerly Neuhütte-Lichtenwald ), which is the next stop on the route in the direction of Bakov nad Jizerou. The Jedlová stop is also in the middle of the forest and can only be reached via a beaten path. The location factor for the stop was originally the nearby Nová Huť slate smelter , whose remaining building now houses a stud and is much better connected to the new expressway 9.


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