The current Bremen Central Railway Station was built between 1885-1889 and currently has about 120,000 passengers per day. It is the 12th largest railway station in Germany and the main train hub in northwestern Germany. The railway lines to the districts of Lour, Hanover, Oldenburg, Hamburg, Bremerhaven and Bremerhaven are connected at Bremen Central Station.
There are three long-distance railway lines passing through Bremen Central Station: * Bremen-Munich Line (ICE Intercity Express) * Hamburg-Cologne Line (IC Intercity Railway) * Oldenburg-Leipzig Line (IC Intercity Railway)
Bremen The Central Railway Station is a historicist building. There are four reliefs on the front of the train station that symbolize industry, trade, railway and shipping. In addition, Cologne, Hanover, Hamburg, three cities connected to Bremen and the city emblem of Bremen itself can be found on the outer wall. The roof of the train station is a copper roof. Over time, the copper top will first become gray due to chemical reactions and then turn green. The mosaic mural reflecting the tobacco growing and trade on the walls of the waiting hall is actually an advertisement produced by Martin Brinkmann, an old cigarette factory in Bremen, in 1951.