Warszawa Ochota train station

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Warszawa Ochota
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W-wa Ochota PKP-WKD.jpg
Location OchotaWarsawMasovian
Poland
Coordinates 52°13′33″N 20°59′28″E / 52.225833°N 20.991111°E / 52.225833; 20.991111Coordinates: 52°13′33″N 20°59′28″E / 52.225833°N 20.991111°E / 52.225833; 20.991111
Owned by Polskie Koleje Państwowe S.A.
Platforms 2
History
Opened 1962
Services
Preceding station   Koleje Mazowieckie-logo.svg KM   Following station
toward Skierniewice
R1
Terminus
R2
toward Łuków
toward Kutno
R3
Terminus
R6
toward Małkinia
Terminus
R7
toward Dęblin
R8
RE8
Terminus
R9
toward Działdowo
Preceding station   Skmd.png SKM   Following station
toward Pruszków
S1
toward Otwock
S2
Preceding station   Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa   Following station
WKD.svg
Terminus
Location
W-wa ochota.svg

Warsaw Ochota (Polish: Warszawa Ochota) is a train station in Warsaw, Poland located in the district of Ochota at Plac Zawiszy on the corner of Aleje Jerozolimskie and Towarowa Street. The station lies in a cutting. It has two island platforms, one on the suburban tracks of the Warsaw Cross-City Line for the regional trains run by Koleje Mazowieckie and Szybka Kolej Miejska and one for the Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa light railway. The station building, at the street level, was constructed between 1954 and 1962—it has a saddle roof in a distinct shape of a hyperboloic paraboloid. The location allows for convenient transfers to city trams and buses serving the western part of the city center.


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