Station Payerbach-Reichenau

Train station

Description

The Payerbach-Reichenau railway station was opened in 1854 as a stop on the Semmering Railway. From 2006 to 2008 it was extensively revitalized. The listed building was largely preserved.

In the first half of the 20th century, numerous summer visitors started their Rax excursions here. There was even a separate waiting room for the Kaiser family. From 1926 to 1963, the narrow-gauge Höllental Railway ran to Hirschwang an der Rax as an additional line. Since 1979 it has been in operation again at weekends - as a nostalgic museum railway.

By train into the countryside: excursion tips for Payerbach-Reichenau

  • The Payerbach-Reichenau railway station is the destination of the scenic railway hiking trail. The route is around 20 kilometres long.
  • On weekends the Höllentalbahn takes its guests to the valley station of the cable car on the Rax. Here you will find, among other things, a beautiful hiking trail along the Vienna High Springs Water Pipeline.
  • In Küb you will find a historic post office, which was already at the service of Empress Zita - and today mainly has the character of a museum.

Location and how to get there

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    Bahnhof Payerbach-Reichenau

    Bahnhofplatz 1
    2650 Payerbach
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