Olleros (Buenos Aires Underground)

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Olleros
Linea D (SBASE) bullet.svg
Estacion Olleros - Linea D - Subte de Buenos Aires.jpg
Central view of the station platforms
LocationAv. Cabildo between Olleros and Av. F. Lacroze
Coordinates 34°34′12.3″S58°26′40.7″W / 34.570083°S 58.444639°W / -34.570083; -58.444639 Coordinates: 34°34′12.3″S58°26′40.7″W / 34.570083°S 58.444639°W / -34.570083; -58.444639
Platforms Side platforms
History
Opened31 May 1997
Services
Preceding station  Subte gcba logo.png Subte  Following station
Linea D (SBASE) bullet.svg Line D
toward  Catedral

Olleros is a station on Line D of the Buenos Aires Underground. The station was opened on 31 May 1997 as part of the extension of the line from Ministro Carranza to José Hernández. [1]

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References

  1. Schwandl, Robert. "Buenos Aires". urbanrail.

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