|Native name||Stazione di Montesanto|
|Number of tracks||4|
Structures and systemsEdit
The building, in the 1880s on a design by the engineer Antonio Liotta inspired by the liberty style, was the subject, between 2005 and 2008, of a demanding and radical restoration conceived by the neapolitan architect Silvio D'Ascia who the original structure has been completely transformed thanks to the use of large glazed surfaces (1,700 m2 of glass roofs) and metal members (3,500 m2 of stainless steel cladding).
The station has 4 tracks: the first and second are part of the Cumana railway, the third and fourth are part of the Circumflegrea railway. Both lines, after different routes, rejoin Torregaveta, the opposite terminus.
Being in the historic center of Naples, and being the terminus of the two railways, passenger traffic is very strong.
The station is frequented by 60,000 users daily, with a traffic of 200 trains per day. During the restoration work, the building continued to perform its function without interruption.
The station has:
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Napoli Montesanto train station (SEPSA).|
- "La stazione della cumana di Montesanto intitolata a Petru Birladeanu, vittima innocente della camorra". La Repubblica (in Italian). 25 May 2016. Retrieved 20 January 2021.
- "Si è cercato Petru Birladeanu -" (in Italian). Retrieved 2 March 2021.