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The M1 Line (Polish: Linia M1) is the first line of the Warsaw Metro that stretches from the north to the south. It crosses the newer M2 Line at Świętokrzyska station.

Overview[]

The M1 line is 23.1 km long and has 21 stations. While plans to build an underground rail system in Warsaw date as far back as 1918, the Second World War as well as the political and economic instabilities of Poland that followed resulted in numerous cancellations and delays. Construction of the current system did not begin until 1982.

Running through the central areas of the Polish capital, the M1 line is the main artery of the Varsovian Metro with the most powerful factions and most numerous populations of survivors stationed here.

Stations[]

Main article: Warsaw Metro#Stations of the M1 Line
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Młociny - Abandoned northern terminal station
  • Fist faction icon.png Wawrzyszew - Controlled by football ultras
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Stare Bielany - Abandoned, but within ultras territory
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Słodowiec - Abandoned, but within ultras territory
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Marymont - Abandoned station
  • New Vatican icon.png Plac Wilsona - New Vatican
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Dworzec Gdański - Abandoned station
  • Stolica icon.png Ratusz Arsenał - "The Capital"
  • Posterunek 1 icon.pngVietnam icon.png Świętokrzyska-1 - Military outpost and transfer station to M2 Line, leads to Świętokrzyska-2 controlled by the "Vietnam" faction
  • Station Smallicon Destroyed.png Centrum - Destroyed station
  • Scholars icon.png Politechnika - Scholars faction
  • Station Smallicon Abandoned.png Pole Mokotowskie - Abandoned station
  • Central Warehouse icon.png Racławicka - Central Warehouse
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Wierzbno - Orphanage of the Radom Coalition
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Wilanowska - Market station of the Radom Coalition
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Służew - Market station of the Radom Coalition
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Ursynów - Radom Coalition
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Stokłosy - Radom Coalition
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Imielin - Radom Coalition
  • Radom Coalition icon.png Natolin - Verge of the Radom Coalition
  • Station Smallicon Destroyed.png Kabaty - Destroyed southern terminal station

Gallery[]

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