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|Location||Simcha Holzberg St., Be'er Ya'akov|
|Previous names||1918-1948: Bir as-Salim|
Be'er Ya'akov railway station is a railway station in the Israeli town of Be'er Ya'akov. The station is located at the southern end of the town, roughly 2 miles east of Ness Ziona and 2.5 miles south east of Rishon LeZion.
The station originally opened in February 1918 and was named after the nearby British military headquarters as Bir as-Salim railway station, and served regular passenger trains between El Kantara, Egypt and Haifa. When the 1948 Arab-Israeli War broke out, the passenger service at the station ceased for half a century.
The station is served by Kavim bus routes 1, 2, and 247. The station is also served by regular share taxis that operating on route number 247. It also has 70 free parking spaces, and 8 equipped for the disabled.
- Vladimir Jabotinsky, Die jüdische Legion im Weltkrieg, Berlin: Jüdischer Verlag, 1930, p. 138.
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|Towards: Ashkelon |
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