Zamość railway station
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Zamość railway station (Polish for Stacja Zamość) is located in Zamość, Poland on Szczebrzeska Street, near the zoological garden. The station was opened in 1916. Demolished during the World War II, its building was twice rebuilt in 1944 and 1963. Since 2015 the building is owned by City of Zamość.
|Location||Zamość, Lublin Voivodeship|
|Owned by||Polskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.|
Apart from freight rail transport it is served by the passenger long-distance trains run by PKP Intercity to:
as well as regional trains run by Przewozy Regionalne (Polregio) to e.g.:
Within the town there are also two train stops: Zamość Starówka (on Peowiaków Street) and Zamość Wschód (on Zamoyskiego Street) served by all the trains mentioned above. They are communicated with the municipal bus links.