Liptakov Train Station is train station located at the village of Liptakov in Czechoslovakia.
The train station itself actually lies on the outskirts of Liptakov on the Liptakov-Pilsen Railway Line. The main station building is double story with front and back entrances. A smaller building is adjacent to the station, and serves as a barracks for a small guard contingent located at the station, while the remainder of the German garrison is located within the village itself. The station rail yards are used for shunting also, there for many cargo carriages and storage sheds are located here.
The entire village and train station are under German control, despite the local uprisings. Several Czechs resistance fighters have managed to infiltrate the station, and can prove to be great advantage in the event of an attack. Following the attack on a German train on May 24th by Czechs resistance, top secret German armor designs were stolen. The Gestapo managed to capture a resistance fighter, Jiri Trebissky, who was involved in the attack, and are interrogating him at the Liptakov Train Station.