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Singen (Hohentwiel) railway station

Location  Bahnhofstrasse 2
 Singen, Baden-Württemberg

Singen (Hohentwiel) station is an important regional railway junction and interchange station in the town of Singen in the south of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Three railways now meet there, but in the past five railways connected to it. The station is served by InterCity trains on the Stuttgart–Zurich route.


Deutsche Bahn officially call the station Singen (Hohentwiel). Because of its size and its significance for the district of Konstanz, the station is sometimes referred to as Singen Hauptbahnhof locally. In addition, the abbreviations Singen (Hohentw)Singen (Htw) and just Singen are used.

Singen is the starting point of the Gäu Railway (Gäubahn) to Stuttgart. On this line, the city is a stop for InterCity services between Stuttgart, Singen, Schaffhausen and Zurich. In addition, trains on the Black Forest Railway (Badische Schwarzwaldbahn), connecting Singen Offenburg and Konstanz stop in Singen. The High Rhine Railway (Hochrheinbahn) provides connections to Waldshut and Basel.


Long-distance services

Singen station is served by Intercity services at hourly intervals from Stuttgart via Singen and Schaffhausen to Zürich. Evert two hours, it is served by Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) services hauled by Taurus locomotives of the Österreichische Bundesbahnen (ÖBB). In the other hour, it is served by Deutsche Bahn InterCity 2 services. From this there is a connection in Singen to an IC to Zurich, which also runs with SBB cars. Individual IC 2 services run from Singen to Konstanz instead of Zürich.

Furthermore, on weekends two pairs of Inter City services, operating as the Bodensee (Lake Constance), connect Konstanz with Dortmund, Emden and Norddeich Mole.

IC 35 Emden – Münster (Westf) – Duisburg – Cologne – Bonn – Koblenz – Mannheim – Karlsruhe – Offenburg – Villingen (Schwarzw) - Singen (Hohentwiel) – Radolfzell – Konstanz
IC 87 (Frankfurt (Main) – Darmstadt – Heidelberg –) Stuttgart – Horb – Rottweil – Tuttlingen – Singen (Hohentwiel) (Konstanz/)– Schaffhausen – Zürich

Regional services

In regional transport, Interregio-Express and Regional-Express services stop in Singen, giving through connections to Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Basel, Konstanz and Ulm via Friedrichshafen.

A Regionalbahn service connects Singen with Schaffhausen. A connecting service runs from Schaffhausen to Jestetten.

The Seehas (named after a mythical "lake hare"), an S-Bahn-like transport service, connects Singen to, among other places, Engen as well as Radolfzell, Konstanz and other municipalities on Lake Constance.

IRE Basel Bad Bf – Rheinfelden (Baden) – Bad Säckingen – Waldshut – Schaffhausen – Singen (Hohentwiel) – Radolfzell – Friedrichshafen Stadt – Ulm Hbf
IRE Basel Bad Bf – Rheinfelden (Baden) – Bad Säckingen – Waldshut – Schaffhausen – Singen (Hohentwiel) – Radolfzell – Konstanz
RE Karlsruhe Hbf – Baden-Baden – Achern – Offenburg – Villingen (Schwarzw) – Singen (Hohentwiel) – Radolfzell – Konstanz
RE Stuttgart Hbf – Böblingen – Herrenberg – Eutingen im Gäu – Horb – Rottweil – Tuttlingen – Singen (Hohentwiel)
RB Schaffhausen – Thayngen – Gottmadingen – Singen (Hohentwiel)
RB Gottmadingen – Singen (Hohentwiel)
RB (Singen (Hohentwiel) –) Radolfzell – Überlingen – Friedrichshafen Stadt
R Seehas
Engen – Mühlhausen (b Engen) – Singen (Hohentwiel) – Radolfzell – Allensbach – Konstanz
Preceding stationDeutsche Bahn AG-Logo.svg DB FernverkehrFollowing station
towards Zürich HB
  IC 87   Engen
towards Stuttgart Hbf
towards Emden Hbf
  IC 35   Radolfzell
towards Konstanz
Preceding stationSBB logo simplified.svg Swiss Federal RailwaysFollowing station
towards Zürich Hauptbahnhof
IC 4
towards Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof
Preceding stationDeutsche Bahn AG-Logo.svg DB ZugBus Regionalverkehr Alb-BodenseeFollowing station
towards Basel Bad Bf
  IRE 3   Radolfzell
towards Ulm Hbf
Preceding stationDB Regio Baden-WürttembergFollowing station
towards Karlsruhe Hbf
towards Konstanz
towards Schaffhausen
Preceding stationSeehasFollowing station
towards Engen
towards Konstanz