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Originally a simple interchange station for services to and from Deutz, Cologne, Minden and Gießen was planned nearby at Köln-Deutzerfeld, which later became the site of a shunting and marshalling yard, but this was not implemented.When finally in 1998 the Cologne Trade Fair decided to build a new building for its administration, it was decided to establish a public-private partnership in 1999 involving DB Station&Service, the city and the Trade Fair.In mid-1999, the Köln-Messe/Deutz ICE terminal was submitted to an international architectural competition and received 57 proposals.The Cologne Trade Fair (German: ) grounds are directly north of the station, hence the Messe in the station's name.The Stadtbahn station of Deutz/Messe is nearby and connected by a pedestrian tunnel.Until the rebuilding of the railway infrastructure at Deutz, in particular the construction of the Deutzerfeld marshalling and shunting between 19, the old terminus was mainly used as a freight yard.
In 1913, the stations known since the nationalisation of the Bergisch-Märkische railway and its absorption into the (Prussian state railways, PSE) in 1882, as Deutzerfeld (Deutz field) and Schiffbrücke (floating bridge), were demolished and the lines were connected to the new Deutz station.
Two through tracks to the Rhine are also visible on old maps.
The line was later extended via Duisburg and Dortmund to Minden, connecting to Berlin.
In 1859, the station also became the starting point of the Deutz–Gießen railway, which was being built.), between Deutz and Cologne in order to connect the railway lines on the east and west side of the Rhine.
The old station facilities were expanded and supplemented to provide platforms on the new line.
) is an important railway junction for long-distance rail and local services in the Cologne district of Deutz in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.