Bang Sue Junction Railway Station

Bang Sue Junction Railway Station

North and Northeastern Line Station
Location Thoet Damri Road, Chatuchak, Chatuchak District, Bangkok
Owned by State Railway of Thailand
Line(s) Northern Line
Northeastern Line
Southern Line
Platforms 4
Tracks 72
Connections Bangkok Bus
Parking yes
Bicycle facilities yes
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code บซ.
Preceding station   State Railway of Thailand   Following station
toward Hua Lamphong
Northern Line
Nikhom Rotfai KM.11 Halt
toward Chiang Mai
toward Hua Lamphong
Northeastern Line
Nikhom Rotfai KM.11 Halt
toward Hua Lamphong
Northeastern Line
Nikhom Rotfai KM.11 Halt
toward Thanaleng
toward Hua Lamphong
Southern Line
toward Hua Lamphong
MRT Blue Line
Transfer at: Bang Sue
toward Tha Phra

Bang Sue Junction (Thai: สถานีรถไฟชุมทางบางซื่อ), is a railway station and junction located in Bangkok. It is situated on Thoet Damri Road, Chatuchak District. It is owned by the State Railway of Thailand, serves the Northern, Northeastern and Southern Line and is a junction for the North/Northeast and South Lines.

Bang Sue Junction is separated into 2 station buildings, one (the older) for the North and Northeast lines and another (newer) for the Southern Line. The distance between the buildings are about 200 metres apart, with an overpass that links and used when a train is currently parked at the platform. This station has 72 tracks, 4 of which are linked with the platform. 8 tracks are linked to the locomotive depot and the remaining 60 are rail sidings.

Transport links include the Bangkok MRT, and the BMTA.

Phahonyothin Freight Yard

Bang Sue Junction is also the location of Phahonyothin Cargo Yard. With an expanse to about 50 rails, it is the largest rail yard, in the whole of Thailand. It is located about 1.5 kilometres from the station and is the main cargo yard for freight services around Thailand.


The State Railway of Thailand and the Ministry of Transportation have decided to build a large main station here and move all train destinations for Bangkok (Hua Lamphong) Railway Station to end here instead. In addition to adding a few commuter services, the high-speed rail and Suvarnabhumi Airport Link will also be available for service and use.[1] Currently the construction of the new station has started as ground work is under way.

Bus routes

The following BMTA routes serve this station:

Route No.70 from Prachaniwet 3 via Bung Sue Junction to Sanam Luang
Service Route Notes
BMTA and Private Bus
50 Rama VII – Lumphini Park Rama VII – Wong Sawang – Bang Son Market – Tao Pun – Bang Sue Junction – Saphan Daeng – Ratchawat – Yak Uphai – Yommarat – Uruphong – Phet Phraram – Ratchathewi – Phathum Wan – MBK Center – Chulalongkorn University – Sam Yan – Sala Daeng – Lumphini Park
52 Pak Kret – Bang Sue Pak Kret – Central Changwatthana – Muang Thong Thani – Government Complex – Lak Si – Kasetsart University – Chatuchak Park – Saphan Khwai – Pradiphat – Saphan Daeng – Bang Sue
65 Wat Pak Naom (Nonthaburi) – Sanam Luang Wat Pak Naom (Nonthaburi) – Wat Kema Pirataram – Wat Nakhon-in – Nonthaburi Pier – Wong Sawang – Bang Son Market – Tao Pun – Bang Sue Junction – Saphan Daeng – Bang Po – Sam Sen - Sri Yan – Thewet – Bang Khun Phom – Bang Lam Pho – Tha Pra Chan – Sanam Luang
70 Prachaniwet 3 – Sanam Luang Prachaniwet 3 – Dhurakit Pundit University – Phong Phet – Prachaniwet 1 – Prachanukoon – Tao Pun – Bang Sue Junction – Saphan Daeng – Kesakomon – Yak Pichai - Uthong Nai – Ratthasapa – Dusit Zoo – Suan Aaom Phon – Ministry of Education – Rajdaoneen Boxing Stadium – Yak Phan Fah - Democracy Monument - Tha Pra Chan – Sanam Luang
97 Ministry of Public Health - Buddhist Monk's Hospital Ministry of Public Health – Nonthaburi Pier – Wong Sawang – Bang Son Market – Tao Pun – Bang Sue Junction – Saphan Daeng – Pradiphat – Saphan Khwai – Soi Ari – Victory Monument – Tuk Chai – Ramathibodi Hospital - Buddhist Monk's Hospital The Air-conditioned is services from Nonthaburi - Victory Monument


  1. Document and Conference to exchange ideas about the new 5 rail routes, 26 December 2006, Rajabhat Suan Dusit University
  • This article includes material translated from the equivalent page on the Thai language Wikipedia

Coordinates: 13°48′10″N 100°32′22″E / 13.8028°N 100.5394°E / 13.8028; 100.5394

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