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Bilbao-Abando
Abando-Indalecio Prieto
RENFE
Bilbao-Abando2.jpg
Artistic stained glass atrium of Abando-Indalecio Prieto station.
Station statistics
Address Calle Hurtado de Amézaga 1
Bilbao, Basque Country (Spain)
Coordinates 43°15′36″N 2°55′37″W / 43.259925°N 2.926869°W / 43.259925; -2.926869
Lines Cercanías: C1, C2, C3; Metro: 1/2; Tram: A
Connections EuskoTran (tramway)
Metro Bilbao (subway)
FEVE (Bilbao-Concordia)
Structure At-grade
Levels 3
Platforms Over-grade
Tracks 8 (covered)
Parking yes
Bicycle facilities yes
Baggage check yes
Other information
Opened 1870
Rebuilt 1940s
Electrified yes
Code ABD
Owned by Adif (since 2007), RENFE (1943-2007)
Services
Cercanías Bilbao, Talgo, Alvia, Estrella, Diurno


Bilbao-Abando railway station, called since 2007 Abando-Indalecio Prieto and locally known as Estación del Norte (North Station) is the main station of Bilbao, Basque Country (Spain). It is managed by Adif, and currently offers Renfe Cercanías and RENFE long distance services. This terminal station will become the end point of the Basque Y, the future high speed railway network of the Basque Country.

Exterior of the Abando-Indalecio Prieto station.

The station is located at the hearth of the city, in the central district of Abando which gives it its name. The station building hosts a mall and a direct access to the underground network.

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Railway services

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Renfe Cercanías

Bilbao-Abando is the main hub of the Cercanías Bilbao service, from where all the trains depart and arrive. Trains stop in the upper deck, using platforms one to five.

RENFE main lines

This is a terminal station, all services have origin or termination in the station. The long distance services use platforms six to eight.

Link with other transports


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