Edison (Monterrey Metro)

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Location Monterrey
Nuevo León, Mexico
Coordinates 25°41′13″N 100°20′01″W / 25.68694°N 100.33361°W / 25.68694; -100.33361Coordinates: 25°41′13″N 100°20′01″W / 25.68694°N 100.33361°W / 25.68694; -100.33361
Operated by STC Metrorrey
Preceding station   Monterrey Metro   Following station
toward Talleres
Line 1
toward Exposición
Edisonstation mtymetro.svg

The Edison Station (Spanish: Estación Edison) is a station on Line 1 of the Monterrey Metro. It is located in Monterrey, Mexico at the intersection of Edison street and Colon Avenue in the Monterrey Centre. It was opened in 1991.

This station serves the west side of the downtown area and also the Talleres neighborhood (Colonia Talleres). It is accessible for people with disabilities.

This station is named after Edison Avenue, and its logo represents a phonograph, one of the inventions of Thomas Edison, whom the avenue is named after.