Warszawa Gołąbki railway station

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Warszawa Gołąbki
Golabki-stacjaPKP3.JPG
LocationUrsusWarsawMasovian
Poland
Coordinates52°12′29″N 20°51′45″E / 52.20806°N 20.86250°E / 52.20806; 20.86250Coordinates: 52°12′29″N 20°51′45″E / 52.20806°N 20.86250°E / 52.20806; 20.86250
Owned byPolskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.
Platforms1 centre platform
Tracks2
Location
W-wa golabki.svg

Warszawa Gołąbki railway station is a railway station in the Ursus district of Warsaw, Poland. The station is served by Koleje Mazowieckie, who run trains from Kutno to Warszawa Wschodnia.

The neighbourhood of Gołąbki (pl) was nominally a village in the present-day Warsaw West County. It was incorporated into the town of Ursus in 1954, which became a district of Warsaw in 1977. Notable points of interest include the Church of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist pictured.[1]

The Church of Św. Jana Apostoła i Ewangelisty, Gołąbki

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Preceding station   Koleje Mazowieckie-logo.svg KM   Following station
toward Kutno
R3

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