|Opened||December 17, 2005|
It is on a 35-kilometre long (22 mi) line between Dimona and Beersheba, a separate operating line within Israel Railways. The track carries on beyond the actual town itself to mines and freight yards.
In 2009, Dimona was the least busy station in Israel with only 95 entries and exits (combined) daily.
|Preceding station||Israel Railways||Following station|
|Be'er Sheva North
|Dimona – Be'er Sheva line
- HaRakevet: Rothschild PhD, Rabbi Walter (september 2009), News. Series 22:3 issue 86