San Antonio station (Medellín)

San Antonio station is a station on the Medellín Metro. It is the terminal station for line B (center to west), and a possible transfer station to line A (north to south).[1] It is named after the Church of San Antonio, which also gives its name to the nearby San Antonio Plaza. Line A station was opened on 30 November 1995 as part of the inaugural section of line A, from Niquía to Poblado. Line B station was opened on 28 February 1996 as part of the inaugural section of the line, from San Javier to San Antonio.[2]

San Antonio

Estación San Antonio
Edificio del Café-Estación San Antonio.JPG
View of the station from the Coffee Building
LocationCarrera 51 A # 46-08, Medellín
Colombia
Coordinates6°14′50″N 75°34′11″W / 6.24722°N 75.56972°W / 6.24722; -75.56972Coordinates: 6°14′50″N 75°34′11″W / 6.24722°N 75.56972°W / 6.24722; -75.56972
Services
Preceding station   Medellín Metro   Following station
toward Niquía
Line A
toward La Estrella
toward San Javier
Line BTerminus
TerminusLine T-A
toward Oriente

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rolf Moller (1 January 2006). Transporte urbano y desarrollo sostenible en América Latina: el ejemplo de Santiago de Cali, Colombia. Universidad del Valle. p. 312. ISBN 978-958-670-496-0.
  2. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Medellín". urbanrail.

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