Torino Rebaudengo Fossata railway station

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Torino Rebaudengo Fossata
LocationCorso Venezia, Turin
Turin, Metropolitan City of Turin, Piedmont
Italy
Owned by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana
Operated by Rete Ferroviaria Italiana
Line(s) Turin Passante
Platforms2
Train operators Trenitalia
Connections
  • GTT local buses
History
Opened2009
Location
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Torino Rebaudengo Fossata
Location within Northern Italy

Torino Rebaudengo Fossata railway station (Italian: Stazione di Torino Rebaudengo Fossata) serves the town and comune of Torino, in the Piedmont region, northwestern Italy. [1] The station is located at the intersection among Corso Venezia, Via Fossata and Via Lauro Rossi.

Services

Preceding station  Turin SFM  Following station
toward  Pont Canavese
SFM1
toward  Chieri
toward  Chivasso
SFM2
toward  Pinerolo
Terminus
SFM4
toward  Bra
Terminus
SFM7
toward  Fossano

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References

  1. "RFI website". Archived from the original on 2013-05-16.

Coordinates: 45°05′58″N7°41′11″E / 45.0995°N 7.6863°E / 45.0995; 7.6863