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Wetter (Ruhr) station is in the district of Vorhalle in the centre of the city Wetter (Ruhr) in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is served by regional services and Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn line S 5.
The station is located on the Elberfeld–Dortmund line and was opened on 9 March 1849 as a through station by the Bergisch-Märkische Railway Company. The original station building, which was built in 1850, was demolished by the Prussian state railways and replaced by the existing building in 1905.〔
On 17 March 1920 there was fighting at the station during the Ruhr Uprising, between units of the Ruhr Red Army and a vanguard of the Freikorps Lichtschlag, in response to the Kapp Putsch. A plaque commemorates the events.
In 1994, line S 5 services of the Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn began operating on the line through the station and regional service N 33 was discontinued.
Today the station building is no longer used by the railway. Instead the city library has been located here since 2007. A catering business has also occupied the building since the spring of 2008.
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