Dietikon railway station is a railway station in Switzerland, situated in the canton of Zürich and the city of Dietikon. The station is located on the Swiss Federal Railway's Zürich to Olten main line and is also the terminus of the metre gauge Bremgarten–Dietikon railway (BD).The station is served by Zürich S-Bahn lines S3, S12 and S19, by some long distance trains on the main line, and by S-Bahn line S17 on the BD.HistoryThe first station on the site was built by the Swiss Northern Railway in 1847, as part of their pioneering line from Zürich to Baden, and hence was one of the first railway stations in Switzerland. The original station building was constructed on the northern side of the railway line and still exists, albeit now used as a rail enthusiasts' club.The original station was replaced in the 1860s by a new building on the southern, city centre, side of the line. This in turn was replaced in the 1970s by the current large station building on the same side of the line.OperationThe station has five through platforms on the main line, and two terminal platforms on the Bremgarten–Dietikon railway. Whilst the Bremgarten–Dietikon terminal platforms are alongside their main line equivalents, trains approach them via street running track through the centre of Dietikon and across the station frontage. Also in the station frontage is a large covered bus station, used by local and regional bus services.
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