Radom railway station

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Radom
Radom-dworzec PKP.jpg
Station statistics
Address RadomMasovian
Poland
Coordinates 51°23′28″N 21°09′18″E / 51.39111°N 21.15500°E / 51.39111; 21.15500Coordinates: 51°23′28″N 21°09′18″E / 51.39111°N 21.15500°E / 51.39111; 21.15500
Structure type Yes
Platforms 3
Tracks 5
Other information
Opened 1885
Station code Station Category: B
Owned by Polskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.

Radom railway station is a railway station in Radom, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland. It was built in 1885 as part of the East–West Iwangorodzko – Dąbrowa Górnicza line. It now stands at the junction of this line and the Warsaw–Kraków line. The station building was designed by Adolf Schimmelpfennig. Radom serves trains of Przewozy Regionalne, PKP Intercity and Koleje Mazowieckie and is designated as a Category B by PKP.

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Preceding station   Koleje Mazowieckie   Following station
KM8
toward Drzewica
KM22 Terminus
Terminus KM26
toward Dęblin