Construction of the Leipzig–Dresden railway was begun from both ends simultaneously and it was opened in stages between 18.
It is now the oldest station still regularly served in Saxony.The middle track could be used for trains running in both directions, but they could not stop in Radebeul-Weintraube because it lacked a platform.Westbound traffic generally ran on the northern track and traffic to Dresden ran on the southern track.The station has had its present name of Radebeul-Weintraube since .In 1945, after the Second World War, the three southerly tracks were dismantled for war reparations to the Soviet Union and only one platform remained in operation.
The station now has an island platform with a lift and stairs.Radebeul Ost (east) station is a station in the town of Radebeul in the German state of Saxony. The station buildings are located within the boundaries of Alt-Radebeul (old Radebeul) on Sidonienstraße. The station is now divided between the heritage-listed station area on the Dresden S-Bahn, the terminal station of the narrow-gauge Radebeul–Radeburg railway (Lößnitzgrundbahn) and its associated facilities, the old goods shed, the narrow-gauge railway museum and the former station building, which is no longer used for rail purposes but is instead operated as the Radebeuler Kultur-Bahnhof (“Radebeul Culture Station”), including an events hall, a library located in the west wing (former waiting room) since 2002 and the adult education college of Meissen district (Volkshochschule im Landkreis Meißen) located in the east wing since 2013.The now heritage-listed station consists of the entrance building, the platforms with canopies and pedestrian subway, a waiting room originally with sections for four passenger classes on the platform, workshop, a goods shed with a building at its end, sets of points, a transporter wagon facility, a loading ramp, two small residences, a boiler house, an engine shed, a water crane, a coal loading facility and a loading road with cobblestone paving.The narrow-gauge Radebeul–Radeburg railway (Lößnitzgrundbahn or Lößnitz Valley Railway), which begins here, is also heritage-listed with its rolling stock and the exhibition of historic Saxon narrow-gauge rolling stock that is owned by the Dresden Transport Museum, the Saxon Steam Railway Company and the Vereins Traditionsbahn Radebeul (Radebeul traditional railway association).In addition to the events hall in the former station building, the renovated station forecourt is also used as a venue for events.
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