Marconiplein metro station

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Marconiplein
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Rotterdam Metro station
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Coordinates 51°54′48″N 4°25′58″E / 51.9133°N 4.43275°E / 51.9133; 4.43275Coordinates: 51°54′48″N 4°25′58″E / 51.9133°N 4.43275°E / 51.9133; 4.43275
Owned by RET
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 3
Construction
Structure type Underground
History
Opened 1986
Services
Preceding station   Rotterdam Metro   Following station
Terminus
Line A
Not on evenings and early weekend mornings
toward Binnenhof
Line B
toward Nesselande
toward De Akkers
Line C
toward De Terp

Marconiplein is an underground subway station in the Dutch city of Rotterdam, and is part of Rotterdam Metro lines A, B, and C. The station is part of the two station long extension of the East-West Line (also formerly called Caland line) and opened on April 25, 1986. This extension connected the new Marconiplein and Delfshaven stations with the line's former terminus Coolhaven.

Until November 4, 2002, Marconiplein station was the western terminus of the East-West Line. On that date, an extension towards Schiedam Centrum and Tussenwater stations opened.

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