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Timelkam (German : Bahnhof Timelkam) is a railway station in the town of Timelkam, Upper Austria, Austria. The train services are operated by ÖBB.
Founded in 1974, the Austrian Railway History Society shows the largest private collection of steam locomotives and coaches in Austria. The society runs two museum lines in Upper Austria: Ampflwang – Timelkam and Steyr – Gruenburg
The station is served by the following services:
|Regional||ÖBB||Salzburg Taxham Europark – Salzburg Hbf – Steindorf bei Straßwalchen – Timelkam – Vöcklabruck – Attnang-Puchheim – Wels Hbf – Linz Hbf|
|Regional||ÖBB||Freilassing – Salzburg Hbf – Steindorf bei Straßwalchen – Timelkam – Vöcklabruck – Attnang-Puchheim – Wels Hbf – Linz Hbf|
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