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Revision as of 17:39, 4 April 2019

Station of Cimares
(Furlan) Cimares Südbahnhof
Station's building
Opened July 2010
Railway Trans-Yunivers Railway
Town Santissima, community of Cimares
Platforms 4 (only 1 used)
Tracks 2
Country Yunivers
Operator YRC
Previous Station Cimares Depot
Cimares Hauptbahnhof
Next Station Bridge on the Gerchia

The station of Cimares is a railway station of the Trans-Yunivers Railway (checkpoint 1+6), opened in 2010.


The current building was converted from an old barn, and is located 1.5 km north of the old station (now abandoned) which was located in a former railhouse, which has operated until 2010. In July 2010 works for the renovation of the new station have been completed.


The station hosts at the ground floor the central for the control of the movement and the office of chief operating officer, and also a waiting room with ticket machine. Upstairs, the old warehouse, was converted into a room that was not fully restored to lack of funds. The station coordinates the occasional movement of the whole line, concerned during the year by a few trains. Is served by 4 tracks, two of which are truncated in the direction of Mizzari. 1 line track and 1 priority track, unusable for failure of the switch, which will be replaced in the future.


The station is equipped with ACC (Apparato Controllo Circolazione, Traffic Control System) terminal connected to the SCC (Sistema Controllo Compiuterizzato, Computerized Control System) central system of Cimares Depot.

Ticketing Machine

The ticket machine was built entirely by the members of Yunivers, using parts of old computers and other tools. The only new item that was purchased is the monitor. The machine print on a pre-bought blank ticket the stations of departure and arrival that you want.