Liljeholmen metro station

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Liljeholmen
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Stockholm metro station
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Coordinates 59°18′37″N 18°1′21″E / 59.31028°N 18.02250°E / 59.31028; 18.02250Coordinates: 59°18′37″N 18°1′21″E / 59.31028°N 18.02250°E / 59.31028; 18.02250
Owned by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik
Connections Tvärbanan tram
History
Opened 5 April 1964
Services
Preceding station   Stockholm metro   Following station
toward Norsborg
T13 line
toward Ropsten
toward Fruängen
T14 line
Location
Liljeholmen Tunnelbana.png

Liljeholmen is a Stockholm metro station in the city’s southern Liljeholmen district. It is on the Red line (T13 and T14). The station is also an interchange with the Tvärbanan tramway, and a bus terminal. Liljeholmen metro station is also connected to Nybodadepån, a depot/garage for subway trains and buses, which is located in the south part of Liljeholmen.

Liljeholmen was opened on 5 April 1964 as a surface-level station with two platforms and only one exit at the southern part of the station, where it was a bus terminal. But since 2000, there is also a second exit towards the north part of Liljeholmen, which is connected to the Tvärbanan tramway station Liljeholmen. In the beginning of the 2000s (decade), the station was rebuilt to an under-ground-station, with a new 3rd platform for trains towards Fruängen/Norsborg, which is connected to a new under-ground-bus-terminal, and above the station, new squares and houses were built.[1]

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