Tabriz railway station
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|Islamic Republic of Iran Railways station|
|Location||Tabriz, Tabriz County, East Azerbaijan, Iran|
Tabriz railway station is a structure in Tabriz, Iran; the current building was built during second Pahlavi era. The current building of Tabriz Railway Station is jointly design by French architect Fernand Pouillon and Iranian architect Heydar Ghiaï-Chamlou and built in 1950s.
The first railroad arriving to Tabriz had been built by Russians during the height of World War I. The first train arrived to Tabriz in March 1916 from Jolfa. The railway stretched from Tabriz to Tehran in 1958 with a length of 748 km.
Note: Classifications are unofficial and only to best reflect the type of service offered on each path
Meaning of Classifications:
- Local Service: Services originating from a major city, and running outwards, with stops at all stations
- Regional Service: Services connecting two major centres, with stops at almost all stations
- InterRegio Service: Services connecting two major centres, with stops at major and some minor stations
- InterRegio-Express Service:Services connecting two major centres, with stops at major stations
- InterCity Service: Services connecting two (or more) major centres, with no stops in between, with the sole purpose of connecting said centres.
|Preceding station||Azerbaijan Commuter Railway||Following station|
|Terminus||Tabriz - Jolfa||
|Terminus||Tabriz - Salmas||
|Terminus||Tabriz - Tarbiat-e Mo'allem||
toward Tarbiat-e Mo'allem
|Preceding station||IRI Railway||Following station|
|Terminus||Tabriz - Mashhad||
|Tehran - Tabriz||Terminus|
|Terminus||Tabriz - Razi||
- Baker, Henry D. (August 1917). "The Proposed Connection of the Russian and Indian Railway Systems". Geographical Review. 4 - No. 2: 98. JSTOR 207289.
- "شرکت حمل و نقل ریلی رجا - سامانه خرید اینترنتی بلیت قطار". raja.ir. Retrieved 2017-11-06.
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