Konin railway station is a railway station in Konin, in the Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poland. The station opened in 1921 and is located on the Warsaw–Kunowice railway and Konin–Kazimierz Biskupi railway. The train services are operated by PKP and Koleje Wielkopolskie.
The original station building, designed by Romuald Miller, was a two-wing construction modelled on a Polish gentry house. Miller designed similar buildings for Koło and Gdynia Główna (also demolished). The station building was replaced in 1977–1978.
Passenger trains on the line to Kazimierz Biskupi ceased in May 1996.
The station is served by the following service(s):
Intercity services Szczecin - Stargard - Krzyz - Poznan - Kutno - Warsaw - Lublin - Przemysl
Intercity services Szczecin - Stargard - Krzyz - Poznan - Kutno - Warsaw - Bialystok
Intercity services Zielona Gora - Zbaszynek - Poznan - Kutno - Warsaw
Intercity services Wroclaw - Ostrow Wielkopolskie - Jarocin - Poznan - Kutno - Warsaw
Intercity services Szczecin - Stargard - Krzyz - Poznan - Kutno - Lowicz - Lodz - Krakow
Intercity services Bydgoszcz - Gniezno - Poznan - Kutno - Lowicz - Lodz - Krakow
Regional services (KW) Poznan - Wrzesnia - Konin - Kutno