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Pinar de Chamartín (Madrid Metro)

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Pinar de Chamartín
Madrid Metro station
LocationCiudad Lineal, Madrid
Coordinates40°28′48″N 3°40′00″W / 40.4801375°N 3.6667999°W / 40.4801375; -3.6667999Coordinates: 40°28′48″N 3°40′00″W / 40.4801375°N 3.6667999°W / 40.4801375; -3.6667999
Owned byCRTM
Operated byCRTM
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Fare zoneA
Opened11 April 2007 (2007-04-11)
Preceding station   Madrid Metro   Following station
TerminusLine 1
toward Valdecarros
toward Argüelles
Line 4Terminus
TerminusLine ML-1
toward Las Tablas
Pinar de Chamartín
Pinar de Chamartín
Location within Madrid

Pinar de Chamartín is a station on the Madrid Metro, opened to the public on 4 November, 2007. [1] It is located in fare Zone A and serves the area of Pinar de Chamartín.[2][3]

The station is the terminus for Line 1, Line 4 and the Metro Ligero line 1. As Line 1 is one of the most important lines in Madrid, Line 4 serves the local area of Hortaleza, and the ML1 serves the nearby Cercanías station in the new and expanding neighborhood of Sanchinarro, the station sees a high amount of traffic for being in a relatively low-population neighborhood far removed from the city center.

There's a tramway exhibited in the station, as a tribute to the old Madrid tramway (the new tramway system is the Metro Ligero). This tramway appears in the movie Doctor Zhivago and the neighborhood appears in the Spanish-language movie La cabina.


  1. ^ Moya, Aurora. Metro de Madrid, 1919–1989. Setenta años de historia. Madrid, Spain. p. 471. ISBN 978-84-613-6154-0.
  2. ^ "Línea 1". Metro de Madrid. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Línea 4". Metro de Madrid. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
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