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St Peter Train Station

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Overview

Title
St Peter Train Station
Author
Vanessa82
Rating
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Year
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Cost
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Average visit time
15 minutes
Address
40 Via della Stazione di San Pietro, 00165 Rome RM
Hours of operation
depends of different offices

Description

Saint Peter Train Station is part of the railway junction of Rome and takes its name from its proximity to the St Peter's Basilica. Opened in 1894, along the line to Viterbo, the station was one of the favorite locations from the world of cinema. The station was originally formed by two loops and a small rail passenger building. With the construction of the new route in 1990 Tyrrhenian Maccarese-Fregene - Roma Aurelia - Roma San Pietro - Rome Trastevere, the station underwent significant changes: they were in fact increased the number of tracks that went to 6, the line was electrified and built an underpass. With the advent of the Jubilee of 2000 and the reopening of the line simultaneously to Viterbo, the platforms are raised and built two lifts. It is served by regional lines FR3 and FR5. From 2000 to 2006, before the gallery to Roma Ostiense, Roma San Pietro was the terminus of half the races from Cesano and Viterbo. From the station also is detached from the main single track, after crossing a viaduct ends within the Vatican State, this is the short line Vaticana. For more information visit the webiste!

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