Warszawa Stadion railway station

Warszawa Stadion, in English Warsaw Stadium, is a railway station in Warsaw, Poland, located in the district of Praga-Południe close to the National Stadium (Stadion Narodowy). The station has two side platforms flanking the suburban tracks of the Warsaw Cross-City Line. The platforms are used by regional trains run by Koleje Mazowieckie and Szybka Kolej Miejska. The station building was designed by Arseniusz Romanowicz and Piotr Szymaniak and opened between 1955 and 1958, to serve Stadion Dziesięciolecia. The station was renovated shortly before the Euro 2012 football championships.[1] It is also close to the Stadion Narodowy metro station, which opened on 8 March 2015.

Warszawa Stadion
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General information
LocationPraga-Południe, Warsaw, Masovian
Poland
Coordinates52°14′40″N 21°02′38″E / 52.24444°N 21.04389°E / 52.24444; 21.04389Coordinates: 52°14′40″N 21°02′38″E / 52.24444°N 21.04389°E / 52.24444; 21.04389
Owned byPolskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.
Platforms2
Tracks2
History
Opened1955
Services
Preceding station KM Following station
Warszawa Powiśle
towards Skierniewice
R1 Warszawa Wschodnia
Terminus
Warszawa Powiśle R2 Warszawa Wschodnia
towards Łuków
Warszawa Powiśle
towards Kutno
R3 Warszawa Wschodnia
Terminus
Warszawa Powiśle R6 Warszawa Wschodnia
towards Czyżew
R7 Warszawa Wschodnia
towards Dęblin
Warszawa Powiśle R8 Warszawa Wschodnia
Terminus
RE8
Warszawa Powiśle R9 Warszawa Wschodnia
towards Działdowo
Preceding station Skmd.png SKM Following station
Warszawa Powiśle
towards Pruszków
S1 Warszawa Wschodnia
towards Otwock
Warszawa Powiśle S2 Warszawa Wschodnia
Location
W-wa stadion.svg
Location of station in Warsaw

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Euro 2012 'Warsaw Stadium' station given thumbs up from building inspector".

External linksEdit

  Media related to Warszawa Stadion railway station at Wikimedia Commons