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|Madrid Metro station|
Tribunal metro entrance on Calle de Fuencarral
|Disabled access||Under construction|
|Opened||17 October 1919|
Location within Madrid
The station opened in 17 October 1919 and was one of the first 8 stations on the network. Its original name came from the Real Hospicio de San Fernando, located on Calle Fuencarral near the metro's entrance. It was later renamed Tribunal, after the Tribunal de Cuentas, also located on Calle Fuencarral near the metro's entrance.
The Line 10 platforms opened on 18 December 1981 as part of the Carabanchel–Chamartín de la Rosa suburbano railway then operated by FEVE, which shortly afterwards was transferred to the Community of Madrid.
- "Línea 1". Metro de Madrid. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
- "Línea 10". Metro de Madrid. Retrieved 2 August 2019.
- "Andén 0" (in Spanish). Metro de Madrid. Retrieved 14 November 2017.
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