Keilaniemi metro station

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Keilaniemi
Kägeludden
Helsinki Metro station
Keilaniemi metro station construction site 5.JPG
Keilaniemi metro station under construction in February 2016.
Location Keilaniementie[1]
Keilaniemi, Espoo
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 2
Construction
Structure type Underground
Depth 20 metres (66 ft)[1]
History
Opened 18 November 2017
Services
Preceding station   HKL   Following station
toward Matinkylä
Helsingin metro logo.svg
toward Ruoholahti

Keilaniemi (Finnish) or Kägeludden (Swedish) is an underground station[1] on the western metro extension (Länsimetro) of the Helsinki Metro.[2] The station is located beside the Fortum head office.[1] It is the easternmost metro station in Espoo, going east to Koivusaari metro station will cross the border to Helsinki.

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Coordinates: 60°10′33″N 24°49′46″E / 60.1758°N 24.8295°E / 60.1758; 24.8295