Mellunmäki metro station

Mellunmäki metro station
Helsinki Metro station
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Station statistics
Coordinates 60°14′21″N 25°6′39″E / 60.23917°N 25.11083°E / 60.23917; 25.11083Coordinates: 60°14′21″N 25°6′39″E / 60.23917°N 25.11083°E / 60.23917; 25.11083
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 1989
Owned by Helsinki City Transport
HSL Travel Card In use
Preceding station   HKL   Following station
toward Ruoholahti
Helsingin metro logo.svg
Northern Branch

Mellunmäki (Finnish) or Mellungsbacka (Swedish) is a ground-level bridge station on the northern branch (Itäkeskus - Mellunmäki) of the Helsinki Metro. It serves the district of Mellunmäki in East Helsinki, and is the terminus of the northern branch.

The station was opened on 1 September 1989, designed by the architect bureau Toivo Karhunen Oy. It is located 1.6 kilometres from the Kontula metro station. The terminus at the other end, Ruoholahti metro station, is 17 kilometres away.

The Mellunmäki metro station is the northernmost metro station in the world.[1]


External links

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