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Brindisi Marittima railway station

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Operated by  Trenitalia
Operator  Trenitalia
Opened  1870
Brindisi Marittima railway station
Location  Brindisi, Province of Brindisi, Apulia  Italy
Line(s)  Brindisi–Brindisi Marittima railway
Closed  2006; 11 years ago (2006)

Brindisi Marittima was a railway station in Brindisi, Italy. The station was opened in 1870 and closed in 2006. It was located on the short Brindisi–Brindisi Marittima railway.

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History

The station was located at the port of Brindisi and connected the railway with the boat to Greece.

Train Services

The station was an important link between western Europe and Greece. Trains served the station with destinations such as Paris, Cologne and Vienna.

Until 1994 it was served by the express "Parthenon" Athens-Paris.

Present day

The closure of the railway has resulted in the creation of a car park at the site of the railway station.

References

Brindisi Marittima railway station Wikipedia


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