StockholmSubwaystoRy #103 – Sandsborg
Stockholm Subway with stoRy touRs
Hello everyone and welcome to our first entry in July! In the middle of the wonderful Swedish summer, we are presenting you a new station from the south: Sandsborg. Have a look!
Sandsborg is located in the Stockholm district of Gamla Enskede in the southern part of the Swedish capital. Its name comes from a former nearby farm.
The subway station was opened in October 1950. Nowadays it serves the T17 green line in the Stockholm subway network, being preceded by Blåsut northbound and Skogskyrkogården southbound. The distance to Slussen is of about 4.5 km.
Not one of the busy subway stations in Stockholm, Sandsborg attracts around 4.000 passengers on a regular day. The station itself has only one entrance that leads to an outside platform and two tracks alongside it. There are no special artistic decorations here.
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Text and photos: Ionut @ stoRy touRs