Railway stations in Genoa

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The city and comune of Genoa, capital of the region of Liguria, northwestern Italy, has twenty six railway stations and stops in use today.

The majority of these stations is managed by RFI.[1] Four remaining stations, Genova Piazza Manin and others, are operated by AMT.

The only station in Genoa that has been completely closed without being replaced is Sant'Ilario, in the Genoa district of that name.

Chronological list of stations[edit]

Name Inauguration Current state Type Manager
Bolzaneto 1853 In use Through station, surface RFI
Pontedecimo 1853 In use Through station, surface RFI
Rivarolo 1853 In use Through station, surface RFI
Sampierdarena 1853 In use Through station, surface RFI/Centostazioni
Pegli 1856 In use Through station, surface RFI
Sestri Ponente 1856 In use Through station, surface RFI
Piazza Principe 1860[2] In use Terminal/through station, surface RFI/Grandi Stazioni
Brignole 1868 In use Terminal station, surface RFI/Grandi Stazioni
Nervi 1868 In use Through station, surface RFI
Quarto dei Mille 1868 In use Through station, surface RFI
Sant'Ilario 1868 Sold[3] Through station, surface N/A
Vesima 1868 In use Through station, surface RFI
Voltri 1868 In use Through station, surface RFI
Acquasanta 1894 In use Through station, surface RFI
Borzoli 1894 In use Through station, surface RFI
Granara 1894 In use Through station, surface RFI
Sturla 1915 In use Through station, surface RFI
Quinto al Mare 1922[4] In use Through station, surface RFI
Piazza Manin 1929 In use Terminal station, surface AMT (Genoa)
San Pantaleo 1929 In use Through station, surface AMT (Genoa)
Sant'Antonino 1929 In use Through station, surface AMT (Genoa)
Cappuccio 1929 In use Through station, surface AMT (Genoa)
Cornigliano 1930s[5] In use Through station, surface RFI
Costa 1994 In use Through station, surface RFI
San Biagio 2005 In use Through station, surface RFI
Via di Francia 2005 In use Through station, surface RFI
Pra 2006[6] In use Through station, surface RFI

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tutte le stazioni in: Liguria" [All the stations in: Liguria]. RFI website. RFI. Retrieved 21 February 2011.  (Italian)
  2. ^ A temporary Piazza Principe station was opened in 1854.
  3. ^ Sant'Ilario station was closed in 1959.
  4. ^ The current Quinto al Mare station replaced the original Quinto al Mare station, opened in 1868.
  5. ^ The current Cornigliano station replaced the original Cornigliano station, opened in 1856.
  6. ^ The current Pra station replaced the original Pra station, opened in 1856.