The Principality of Monaco has a single railway station (Monaco-Monte Carlo) on the Marseille–Ventimiglia railway line. The station was originally opened in 1867, but extensively rebuilt in 1999. The length of railway within the Principality is 1.7 km (1.1 mi). This means Monaco has the second smallest railway system in the World.
Monaco does not operate its own train service; all rail services in the Principality are operated by the French operator, SNCF. SNCF trains leave the Monaco-Monte Carlo station every 15 minutes throughout the day, although services cease during early, and late hours.
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