|Line(s) Line 1|
Opened 15 September 1975
|Connections Transantiago buses|
Platforms in use 2
|Location Neptuno Avenue / Dorsal Avenue|
Address Lo Prado, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
Similar San Pablo metro station, Pajaritos metro station, Las Rejas metro station, San Alberto Hurtado, Universidad de Santiago
Neptuno is a metro station on the Line 1 of the Santiago Metro, in Santiago, Chile. It is located close to the main maintenance facility for the Metro of Santiago. It has a moderate-low flow of passengers, located in a residential place with no big attractions.
Near the station is located the Neptuno workshop and garage, where the trains are saved, cleaned and fixed.
The station name comes from the Neptuno Avenue, serving this station. In the times when the Santiago Metro used iconography, this station was represented with a trident and two fishes, representing the sea Roman God, Neptune.