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Młociny

Młociny
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Station statistics
Coordinates

52°17′28″N 20°55′44″E / 52.2911°N 20.9289°E / 52.2911; 20.9289Coordinates: 52°17′28″N 20°55′44″E / 52.2911°N 20.9289°E / 52.2911; 20.9289

Other information
Opened 2008
Station code A23
Owned by ZTM
Services
Preceding station   Warsaw Metro   Following station
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Młociny is a Warsaw Metro station. It became the 21st station of the Warsaw Metro when it opened on 25 October 2008. It is the northern end of the first metro line and also serves as a major transfer point between different modes of transport in Warsaw, thanks to a large bus and tram interchange that was previously called Huta. It is also situated near the tram depot Żoliborz. There is also a proposed tram link due to be built in around five years linking Młociny with the North-East of the city.

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