Thorildsplan metro station

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Thorildsplan
Stockholm metro symbol.svg
Stockholm metro station
Thorildsplan Metro station april 2011c.jpg
Thorildsplan station platform
Coordinates 59°19′53″N18°00′53″E / 59.33139°N 18.01472°E / 59.33139; 18.01472 Coordinates: 59°19′53″N18°00′53″E / 59.33139°N 18.01472°E / 59.33139; 18.01472
Owned by Storstockholms Lokaltrafik
History
Opened26 October 1952
Services
Preceding station  Stockholm metro  Following station
toward  Åkeshov
T17 line
toward  Skarpnäck
toward  Alvik
T18 line
toward  Farsta strand
T19 line
toward  Hagsätra
Location
Thorildsplan Tunnelbana.png

Thorildsplan metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Kristineberg, central Stockholm, near the park of Thorildsplan. The distance to Slussen is 6.1 km. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952 as a part of the stretch between Hötorget and Vällingby. [1]

Stockholm metro metro system in Stockholm, Sweden

The Stockholm Underground is a rapid transit system in Stockholm, Sweden. The first line opened in 1950, and today the system has 100 stations in use, of which 47 are underground and 53 above ground. There are three coloured main lines on the tube maps. These do however form seven actual routes. Routes number 17, 18 and 19, 13 and 14 and 10 and 11 all go through Stockholm City Centre in a very centralized metro system. All seven actual lines use The T-Centralen hub station. Apart from this central station for the metro, there exists just one other junction, the Fridhemsplan station, although both the green and red lines are mutually accessible at the Slussen and Gamla Stan stations.

Kristineberg is a residential area of Kungsholmen, Stockholm. The land was bought by the city in 1920. Before that it was owned by Kristineberg Palace.

Stockholm City Centre is in Stockholm Municipality, also known as the City of Stockholm, part of the Stockholm urban area in Sweden.

The station's artwork is themed after video games.

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References

  1. Schwandl, Robert. "Stockholm". urbanrail.