Chop railway station

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Chop

Чоп
Inter-city rail
Чоп, Украина.jpg
LocationRail Station Square, Chop
(Pryvokzalna ploshcha)
Zakarpattia Oblast
Ukraine
Coordinates48°25′58.1″N 22°12′26.7″E / 48.432806°N 22.207417°E / 48.432806; 22.207417Coordinates: 48°25′58.1″N 22°12′26.7″E / 48.432806°N 22.207417°E / 48.432806; 22.207417
Owned byUkrzaliznytsia
Operated byLviv Railways
Platforms2
Tracks11
History
Opened4 December 1872 (1872-12-04)

Chop (Ukrainian: Чоп, Hungarian: Csap) is a railway station that is located in a small city of Chop, Zakarpattia Oblast in Ukraine. It is part of the Uzhhorod administration (Lviv Railways).

General description[edit]

The station is an important transportation hub and gateway to Ukraine. There are two border checkpoints: Strazh for Slovakia and Druzhba for Hungary. The station serves passengers and freight trains. Among the services provided at the station is only embarkment and disembarkment of passengers for commuter and regional lines.

Locomotive depot[edit]

The station also contains a locomotive depot that services locomotives. Currently there are no locomotive units assigned to the depot and all M62, ChME3, and D1 multiple units were transferred either to Mukacheve or Koroleve locomotive depots.

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External links[edit]

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