Routes[ edit ] Stolberger Hauptbahnhof is at the junction of four lines.
The high-speed line between Cologne and Aachen runs from the east, first through the freight yard and then through the passenger station and it continues to the west. The Mönchengladbach—Stolberg linecalled locally the Eschweiler Valley Railway German : Eschweiler Talbahn also runs into the station from the east.
The Stolberg—Herzogenrath line runs from the north, first crossing the line between Cologne and Neu.de partnersuche and running to the south of the main line to the west end of the station.
The former Stolberg—Kohlscheid line also single stolberg off this line at Quinx junction between Stolberg and Würselen-Merzbrück. The fourth line is the Stolberg—Eupen linewhich leaves the station and runs to the south.
Stolberg in Station and tracks in The then single-track railway line between Cologne and Aachen was opened by the Rhenish Railway Company German : Rheinische Single stolberg, RHE to Stolberg in with Stolberg station built in Eilendorf about one kilometre single stolberg the northern border of the town of Stolberg and therefore poorly located for the Stolberg valley.
Another short line was opened mainly for freight to Münsterbusch to the southwest of Stolberg in with its station near the other Stolberg stations.
The present station was built between and by the Prussian state railways. It replaced the previous three stations on the four different lines. In the station became part single stolberg the area of the city of Stolberg and since then it has been called Stolberg Rheinland Hauptbahnhof.
The Stolberg Hauptbahnhof is served by following passenger services: Line.