Hanko railway station

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Station building.

Hanko railway station (abbrev. Hnk, Finnish: Hangon rautatieasema, Swedish: Hangö järnvägsstation) is a railway station in the port city of Hanko, Finland along the Hanko–Hyvinkää railway. The station is located approximately 50 kilometres (30 mi) away from Karis railway station and is the terminus for the line.

The current station building represents the postfunctionalism of the 1950s. The building was completed in 1952 and it was designed by architect Jarl Ungern.

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Preceding station   Finnish Railways   Following station
toward Karis
Karis-Hanko Terminus

Coordinates: 59°49′38″N 022°58′06″E / 59.82722°N 22.96833°E / 59.82722; 22.96833