Kouvola railway station
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The Kouvola railway station is an important crossing point station. It is located about 130 kilometres (80 mi) from the Helsinki Central railway station. There is also a bus terminal by the station and together they form a travel centre.
Kouvola is one of the busiest crossing points in Finnish railways. There is traffic to four directions: to Helsinki via Lahti, to Kotka, to Pieksämäki and Kuopio via Mikkeli, and to Luumäki, after which the track forks to two directions: to Joensuu via Lappeenranta, or to Russia via the Vainikkala border control station. The Kouvola railway station serves local trains, express trains, InterCity and InterCity² trains, and Pendolino trains.
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toward Port of Kotka
crosses border to Russia
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