List of railway stations in Saudi Arabia

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List of Railway stations in Saudi Arabia:

Saudi Railway Organization Projects.
Red is the functional line as of 2008.
Black is the Saudi Landbridge.
The North South Railway connects Riyadh to Jordan.
The Haramain High Speed Rail Project will connect Mecca to Medina.

SRO Dammam-Riyadh Line[edit]

Riyadh Station
Station name Region Opened
Dammam 1981
Abqaiq 1981
Hofuf 1981
Riyadh 1981

SRO Cargo Line[edit]

Station name Region Opened
King Abdul Aziz Port 1950s
Al-Ahsa
Abqaiq
Al-Kharj
Haradh
Al-Tawdhihiyah
Riyadh Dry Port 1950s

SAR Riyadh-Qurayyat Line[edit]

Station name Region Opened
Riyadh 26 February 2017
Al Majma'ah 26 February 2017
Qassim 2018
Ha'il 2018
Al-Jawf 2018
Qurayyat 2018
Al-Haditha Proposed

SAR North South Railway Line[edit]

Station name Region Opened
Jalamid Open
Ha'il Open
Zabirah Open
Ras Al-Khair Open

Under Construction or Proposed[edit]

  • North South line

    • Al-Jawf - junction, south of Al-Jawf, station near the new motorway.




  • Saudi Landbridge
  • (Dark Blue on Map)
    • Riyadh - national capital
    • Jeddah Central (connected to port)

Defunct[edit]

Tabuk station

The Hejaz Railway was a narrow gauge railway (1,050 mm/​3 ft 5 1132 in track gauge) that ran from Damascus to Medina, through the Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia, with a branch line to Haifa on the Mediterranean Sea. It was a part of the Ottoman railway network. The line was and was planned to extend from the Haydarpaşa Terminal in Kadikoy beyond Damascus to the holy city of Mecca. However, due to the interruption of the construction works caused by the outbreak of World War I, it got no further than Medina, 400 kilometres (250 mi) short of Mecca The length of the line from Damascus to Medina was 1,300 kilometres (810 mi). Hejaz Railway stations in Saudi Arabia were:

Station name Notes
Tabuk
Mada'in Saleh Now a railway museum.[5]
Al-'Ula
Medina Now the Hejaz Railway Museum. Opened in 2006.[6][7]

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