|Name||Newhaven Main Railway Station|
|Location|| Newhaven, Kings |
|Line(s)||Grand Interstate Railway|
|Administration||Department of Transportation|
Today the Newhaven Main Station has 7 terminal platforms, numbered 1 to 7 from west to east. Platforms 1 to 4 are located below the original three spans of a 1954 train shed. platforms 2 to 7 are located beneath the later fourth span. Platforms 6 and 7 are dedicated to the Newhaven Express. Platform 5 can only be used by the 2 or 3 car turbo trains used on local services. All the other platforms can be used by any of the station's train services. However in normal usage the tendency is for long distance trains to use the western platforms, and local trains the eastern ones.
The area between the back of the Lovian Museum for Modern Art and the station concourse is traditionally called 'the lane'. It was originally unroofed and occupied by sidings, but was later built up to form part of the station's first pedestrian concourse. The lane has recently been re-roofed and separated from the concourse by a glass screen wall.
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|Rail transportation in Lovia|
|Railways: Clymene Central Railway - District Line - Grand Interstate Railway - Kings State Line - Peace Island Railway - Trans Sylvanian Railway - Seven State Railway|
|Railway stations: Abby Springs - Adoha - Artista - Canterbury - Charleston - CSA - East Hills - Hightech Valley - Hurbanova - Kings North - Kinley - Little Frisco - Malipa - Mandarin Village (halt) - McKinley Halt - NCIA - Newhaven Main - Novosevensk - Pines - Rybachie - Shkola Hurbanovni - Train Village - Clave Rock (halt) - Transcity - List of railway stations|
|Railway related companies: Loviarail - Newhaven Connect (former) - Newhaven Express (former) - Pacific Railroad Company|