Train Station (Cartagena - Murcia)

Train Station (Cartagena)

The railway station arrived in Cartagena thanks to the Railways Company from Madrid to Zaragoza and Alicante. On October 24, 1862, a maiden voyage was made between Cartagena and Murcia with Queen Elisabeth II.

The Cartagena station is a terminal with a U-shaped structure and formed by a central body of two floors plus two lateral arms on the ground floor, which are extended by two walls that close both lateral platforms of the station.

The access area has modernist elements and is decorated with ceramics. On one of the facades is a clock and on another the name of Cartagena. The station building has lockers, a waiting room, information areas, a cafeteria-restaurant, toilets, parking, vehicle rental, and adapted services.

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