Legehar train station
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Legehar train station, or La Gare, was the main railway station in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, the terminal station of the first Addis Ababa – Djibouti train line in the Horn of Africa. Completed in 1917, the station was a central part of the city and the main source of traffic into the city. The style of the station is French with meter-gauge track being used.
- Blunt, Elizabeth (2009-06-22). "Ethiopia looks to revive past railway glories". BBC.
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