Railway station in Irun, Basque Nation, Spain
Irun Ficoba is a railway station in Irun, Basque Nation, Spain. It’s owned by way of Euskal Trenbide Sarea and operated by way of Euskotren. It lies at the San Sebastián-Hendaye railway, popularly referred to as the Topo line.
The station opened in 1913 as a part of the Irun-Hendaye stretch of the San Sebastián-Hendaye railway. The station, in the beginning referred to as Puente Internacional (Spanish for ‘Global Bridge’, Basque: Nazioarteko Zubia), used to be constructed as a border facility. The platform used to be divided by way of a fence: passengers needed to get off the teach within the first part of the platform, transparent the customs, and board the teach once more in the second one part. The customs and border amenities have since been closed, and in 2010 the station bought its provide title.
Products and services
The station is served by way of Euskotren Trena line E2. It runs each half-hour all through the week.