Córdoba railway station

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Córdoba Central
Estación de Córdoba-Central.jpg
Station building
LocationCórdoba, Andalusia, Spain
Coordinates37°53′19″N 4°47′23″W / 37.8885°N 4.7896°W / 37.8885; -4.7896Coordinates: 37°53′19″N 4°47′23″W / 37.8885°N 4.7896°W / 37.8885; -4.7896
Owned byAdif
Operated byRenfe
Line(s)
Platforms5
History
Opened9 September 1994
ElectrifiedYes
Traffic
Passengers (2018)4,092,254[1]
Rank48[2]

Córdoba railway station, also known as Córdoba Central is the main railway station of the Spanish city of Córdoba, Andalusia. It was opened in 1994 replacing an older station.

Services[edit]

Córdoba is an important junction in the Spanish rail network, serving three AVE high-speed rail lines, connecting Madrid Atocha with Málaga, Seville and Granada; and conventional Iberian gauge lines hosting various Media and Larga Distancia services. Trains passing through Córdoba also connect to Cádiz, Barcelona Sants and Jaén.

Preceding station   Renfe Operadora   Following station
AVE
Terminus
AVE
AVE
toward Granada
AVE
Terminus
AVE
AVE
Alvia
toward Cádiz
toward Santander
Alvia
toward Gijón
Alvia
Terminus
Alvia
toward Huelva
Altaria
toward Algeciras
Andújar
toward Barcelona Estació de França
  Talgo "Torre del Oro"   Seville-Santa Justa
Terminus
Media Distancia
66
toward Jaén
TerminusMedia Distancia
69
toward Bobadilla
TerminusMedia Distancia
75
Terminus
toward Cádiz
Avant
76
toward Jaén
Terminus
Avant
84

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Adif - Información de estaciones - Córdoba". ADIF. Retrieved 3 September 2019.
  2. ^ "Atocha Cercanías lidera las estaciones de tren en España con más de 270.000 viajeros al día". Tribuna de Salamanca (in Spanish). 3 April 2019. Retrieved 2 September 2019.