The train station of Boden is a sight worth seeing in itself. This prize-winning building is unique and of distinctive character. The railway has been leaving its mark on Boden for more than 100 years now. Many locals have worked there. The station house may well be Boden's most remarkable building. It was bought in 1887 by pharmacist J F Maijer.
The Art Nouveau-inspired additions, executed in 1917 and 1925, were designed by architect Edelsvärd who, among other things, also designed Stockholm's Central Railway Station. The house is cultural heritage and listed as historic building. Similar station buildings can be found in Gällivare and Vännes.
The train station is the travel centre of Boden, with railway, busses and taxi in one location. Individual service, ticket sales, traffic information and luggage lockers.
Located in the lower part of the city, right where the Stationsgatan crosses the Kungsgatan. Stationsgatan 8.