Skierniewice railway station

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Location
51°58'03"N
020°09'01"E
Country
 Poland
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Skierniewice railway station is a railway station serving Skierniewice in Łódź Voivodeship, Poland. It is classed as a regional station on the classification of Polish railway stations and is served by Koleje Mazowieckie, which runs services from Skierniewice to Warszawa Wschodnia, and Łódzka Kolej Aglomeracyjna which runs services to Warsaw, Łowicz and Łódź. It was built as part of the second stage of the Warsaw–Vienna railway which opened in 1845. The station building was built in 1875, burnt 1914 and was rebuilt by architect Jan Heurich in the English Gothic style with neoclassical interior. Renovated 1980-2003 (plaster removed, brick walls shown),
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