Praha Masarykovo nádraží
Building of Masaryk railway station
It was the first railway station in the city to serve steam trains, and the second oldest railway station in Prague, Czech Republic (the first is Praha-Dejvice, formerly Bruska on the Lány Horse-drawn Railway). The station was designed by Antonín Jüngling and came into service in 1845.
Nowadays the station only serves regional and suburban trains, because the larger Praha hlavní nádraží does not have enough capacity. In 2010 it served 48,838 trains and 9.6 million passengers. The station is currently being reconstructed, and will become the terminus of the planned railway connection with Ruzyně International Airport.
Since it opened in 1845, Masaryk Railway Station has had the following names:
- 1845–1862 Praha (German: Prag) - "Prague"
- 1862–1919 Praha státní nádraží (German: Prag Staatsbahnhof) - "Prague State Station"
- 1919–1940 Praha Masarykovo nádraží (German: Prag Masarykbahnhof) - Prague Masaryk Station
- 1940–1945 Praha Hybernské nádraží (German: Prag Hibernerbahnhof) - Prague Hibernia Station, the station is on Hybernská street
- 1945–1952 Praha Masarykovo nádraží
- 1953–1990 Praha střed - Prague Central
- March 1990- Praha Masarykovo nádraží
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