Tehran railway station
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Tehran railway station (Persian: ايستگاه راه آهن تهران, Istgah-e Rah Ahan-e Tehran) is located in Rahahan Square, at the foot of Valiasr Street in the southern part of Tehran, the capital of Iran. The building was designed in 1928-29 by a Polish-Ukrainian architect Władysław Horodecki and constructed by a German engineer in 1930.
|Islamic Republic of Iran Railways station|
Facade of the station building
|Location||District 16, Tehran, Tehran
Note: Classifications are unofficial and only to best reflect the type of service offered on each path
Meaning of Classifications:
- Local Service: Services originating from a major city, and running outwards, with stops at all stations
- Regional Service: Services connecting two major centres, with stops at almost all stations
- InterRegio Service: Services connecting two major centres, with stops at major and some minor stations
- InterRegio-Express Service:Services connecting two major centres, with stops at major stations
- InterCity Service: Services connecting two (or more) major centres, with no stops in between, with the sole purpose of connecting said centres.