The New Railway Station of Thessaloniki is the central passenger railway station of Thessaloniki, Greece. Completed in 1961, the passenger station replaced the old and much smaller passenger station which now handles the city's cargo rail, hence the name "new railway station" which has stayed on since. Although unchanged since the 1960s, it remains the largest and busiest railway station built in Greece.
The New Railway Station currently features large waiting areas, a central hall, cafes, restaurants and a shopping center. Discussions are underway for the expansion of the station and a general overhaul, which will also include a hotel and a revamp of the central offices of the Hellenic Railways Organization for northern Greece. A metro station is currently also under construction at the station.