Before that trains only ran between Kassel and Giessen.
Passenger services on the Ohm Valley Railway were single kirchhain on 31 May As at 28 Maypassenger services, which had fallen sharply, were abandoned altogether. The Neoclassical building was single kirchhain by the Kassel court architect Julius Eugen Ruhl and is a heritage-listed building. Single-storey extensions were added around The continuous connection from Kassel to Frankfurt was opened on 15 Single schongau Reactivation of the whole line between Kirchhain and Burg- und Nieder-Gemünden is under discussion.
On both sides of the entrance building there are park and ride spaces. Freight traffic has not operated on the line since 19 December The symmetrical three-storey central section with two-storey wings with gabled roofs, which have the roof ridges running parallel traufständig with the tracks.
The building has Rundbogenstil round arch style brick framing and terracotta ornaments. The line was closed between Nieder-Ofleiden and Burg- und Nieder-Gemünden on 28 September and finally dismantled in The originally symmetrical main building was extended to the east as a two-storey building.
On 31 Decemberthe entire Wohra Valley Railway was reduced to a m long section in Ems order single query, which is now used as a siding. Freight and special passenger services continue between Kirchhain and Nieder-Ofleiden.
Entrance building[ edit ] The entrance building of Kirchhain station was built in as a station and administration building of the Hessian State Railways.