Irun Ficoba station – Wikipedia


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 Sebasti├ín-Hendaye railway, popularly referred to as the Topo line.

Historical past[edit]

The station opened in 1913 as a part of the Irun-Hendaye stretch of the San Sebasti├ín-Hendaye railway.[2] 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.[citation needed] The customs and border amenities have since been closed, and in 2010 the station bought its provide title.[3]

Products and services[edit]

The station is served by way of Euskotren Trena line E2. It runs each half-hour all through the week.[4]


Exterior hyperlinks[edit]

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