Yerevan railway station
|South Caucasus Railway terminal|
|Owned by||Russian Railways (South Caucasus Railway)|
|Previous names||Эривань (Erivan) (1902–1936)|
Yerevan railway station (Armenian: Երևան երկաթուղային կայարան, translit. Yerevan yerkat’ughayin kayaran) is the central station of Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, located south of downtown Yerevan, approximately 2.8km from Republic Square.
It is connected to the adjacent David of Sasun metro station by a pedestrian tunnel.
In 2010, Russian Railways rebuilt the station complex. During the renovations, they restored the interior of the station, introducing LCD screens with train schedule information for passengers. In addition, due to the significant increase in passenger traffic, as well as the need to ensure a comfortable environment when buying tickets, it was decided to divide the space into rooms for long-distance and international trains. The design of the rooms did not disturb the overall architectural style; decoration is made of natural and artificial materials identical to the original. In the station building there is a hotel with rooms for accommodation.
- Yerevan — Batumi (in summer)
- Yerevan — Tbilisi (in winter)
- Yerevan — Gyumri
- Yerevan — Ararat
- Yerevan — Araks
- Yerevan — Yeraskh
Yerevan railway terminal obverse on 10 dram banknote (1993)
- Железнодорожные станции СССР. Справочник. — М.: Транспорт, 1981
- "Arminfo: Armenian Railways Museum joining 2015 Museum Night". Retrieved 2 May 2018.
- South Caucasus Railway news
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