Rahumäe railway station
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English Rahumäe railway station
Rahumäe railway station (Estonian: Rahumäe raudteepeatus) is a station in Rahumäe, in the Nõmme district of Tallinn, Estonia, approximately 6.8 kilometers (4.2 mi) southwest from the Baltic station (Estonian: Balti jaam) which is the main railway station of Tallinn, near the Baltic Sea. The Nõmme railway station is located between Nõmme and Järve railway stations of Tallinn-Keila railway. The station was opened in 1926.
There are two platforms along the two-track railway, both 146 meters long. Elron's electric trains from Tallinn to Keila, Paldiski, Turba and Klooga-Rand stop at Hiiu station. The station belongs to the Zone I, within which traffic is free for Tallinners.
Rahumäe railway station serves the Rahumäe sub-district which has approximately 3000 residents.
There is a possibility to transfer to TLT (Tallinn City Transport) bus line 36 at a bus station on Pärnu maantee and to bus line 23 at a bus station on Rahumäe tee.
The station building was completed in 1930. Ticket sale was terminated in the station building in 1998.
In 2020, there were approximately 58 train departures per day at Rahumäe railway station towards Tallinn city center.
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Dutch Station Rahumäe
Station Rahumäe is een station in de Estische hoofdstad Tallinn. Het station werd in 1926 geopend en ligt aan de spoorlijn Tallinn - Paldiski.
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Polish Rahumäe (przystanek kolejowy)
Rahumäe (est.: Rahumäe raudteepeatus) – przystanek kolejowy w Tallinnie, w prowincji Harjumaa, w Estonii, w dzielnicy Rahumäe. Znajduje się na szerokotorowej linii Tallinn – Keila 6,8 km od dworca kolejowego w Tallinnie. Obsługiwany jest przez pociągi elektryczne Eesti Liinirongid.
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