Binyamina Railway Station

Binyamina Railway Station (Hebrew: תחנת הרכבת בנימינה, Taḥanat HaRakevet Binyamina) is an Israel Railways passenger station located in the region of Binyamina-Giv'at Ada and serves these towns, as well as Zikhron Ya'akov, Or Akiva and other small communities in the area.

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2001 In Israel - Events - Israeli–Palestinian Conflict
... May 25 – Hadera bus station suicide bombing at least 12 people are injured when a car explodes near the bus station in the city Hadera ... July 16 – Binyamina Railway Station bombing 2 Israeli soldiers are killed and 8 civilians are injured when a Palestinian suicide bomber detonates himself near the entrance to the ... September 9 – Nahariya train station suicide bombing an Arab-Israeli who was sent by Hamas detonates himself on the crowded platform of the Nahariya Railway Station, killing 3 Israelis and injuring ...
Binyamina Railway Station - Facilities
... Payphone Ticket cashier Ticket machine Buffet Parking lot Toilet Taxi station. ...

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