Athens Train Stations

Athens Train Stations

There were two Train Stations in Athens, and both in Kolonos: the Peloponnese Station (on Sidirodromon Street) and the Larissa Station (on Deligianni and Philadelphias Street).

The latter of the above currently serves all of Greece. Inaugurated on 1904, the station was named after the city of Larissa, as the southern terminal of the line to the Thessaloniki.

The older adjacent Peloponnese Station (Stathmos Peloponnisou) was established on June 30th, 1884, named after the Peloponnese Peninsula due to its services to the region. Closed on August 7th, 2005, along with the Piraeus - Ag. Anargyroi Line, its activities since then moved to the Larissa Station.

The same-named underground Athens Metro Station (Red Line 2) stop was, was inaugurated on January 28th, 2000. Restorations of the station have been made, but they are subtle in nature so as not to distract from the rustic features of the original terminal.


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