Siemens Taurus came to Denmark for the first time on December 15th 2002, when the daily connections operated by DB between Padborg and Hamburg were replaced by  NAVG's subsidiary FLEX. Five leased Siemens dispolok and DDR cars were put into service to handle the 8 daily runs. Unfortunately the company went bankrupt in august of  2003, but services were continued until further notice.

From Copenhagen there are daily departures to Sweden: The X2000 and the "ěresund"-trains.

Some foreign trains reached the Railway Museum in Odense in august of 2003, among others a replica of  the first German steam locomotive the Adler.

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