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Athens railway station
Athens railway station (Greek: Σιδηροδρομικός Σταθμός Αθηνών, romanized: Sidirodromikós Stathmós Athinón) is the main railway station of Athens, and the largest station in Greece. Located in the central quarter of Kolonos, it resulted from the merger of the city's two main railway terminals—the Larissa Station (Σταθμός Λαρίσης, Stathmós Larísis) of the Piraeus–Platy railway towards central and northern Greece, and the Peloponnese Station (Σταθμός Πελοποννήσου, Stathmós Peloponnísou) of the Piraeus–Patras railway linking Athens with the Peloponnese.
The station comprises a large, two-floor building in central Athens. Three platforms and four tracks are currently in use. A second phase of upgrades is underway, including the construction of new tracks and platforms, a central underpass connecting all platforms and the metro station, additional pedestrian underpasses and overpasses, building restoration works and an overhaul of road traffic surrounding the station. In the meantime, trains will continue to use the platforms and tracks built during the previous upgrade, located where the goods yard of the old Peloponnese Station once stood.
The station is served by Line 2 of the Athens Metro and by four Proastiakos (suburban) services: Piraeus–Airport, Piraeus–Kiato, Athens–Chalcis and Aigio–Athens. It also serves as the terminus for the regional service to Leianokladi, the express service to Kalambaka and the InterCity/InterCity Express service to Thessaloniki.