Nea Ionia station

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Logo of the Athens Metro Operating Company (AMEL).svg Νέα Ιωνία
Nea Ionia
NeaIoniaISAPstation2.JPG
Station and reversing siding as seen from the pedestrian crossing.
Operated by Athens Metro
Line(s) Athens Metro Line 1.svg
Platforms 2
Construction
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened 14 March 1956
Rebuilt 2004
Services
Preceding station   Logo of the Athens Metro Operating Company (AMEL).svg Athens Metro   Following station
towards Piraeus
Line 1
towards Kifisia
Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Ano Patissia   Lavrion Square-Strofyli railway   Heraklio
  Athens-Lavrion Railway  

The Nea Ionia station (Greek: Σταθμός Νέας Ιωνίας Stathmos Neas Ionias) is an ISAP train station in Nea Ionia, Greece several kilometres north of Athens. It is marked at the 17.923 km from the starting point in Piraeus. It was also a train station that served from Lavriou Square and Strofyli ran by the Attica Railways, it was spotted at km 7.340 from Lavriou Square. The station first opened as Podarades (Ποδαράδες) in which it came from an older name of the settlement in which later became the city of Nea Ionia by refugees from an area formerly called Ionia in Asia Minor in 1922. The station closed in 1938. In the same spot, the present ISAP station was opened on March 14, 1956 and uses the same name. It was the northernmost terminus of ISAP until March 4, 1957. The station was renovated in 2003. It features two platforms.

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Coordinates: 38°02′29.5″N 23°45′18″E / 38.041528°N 23.75500°E / 38.041528; 23.75500