Chiayi Station

This article is about the TRA & Alishan Forest Railway Chiayi Station. For high-speed rail station, see THSR Chiayi Station.
Chiayi Station
嘉義車站
Chiayi Station front
Location
City Chiayi
District(s) Western
Info
Type At-Grade
History
Opened April 20, 1902
Rail services
Line(s)      Western Line (163)
     Alishan Forest Railway (163)
Daily Ridership
Operator(s) Taiwan Railway Administration
Taiwan Railway Administration Station
Level一等站
Zhuyin Codeㄐㄧ
Mileage
(from Keelung)
291.8 km
There is a bus stop near this station.


Chiayi Station (嘉義車站) is a railway station located in the Western District, Chiayi City, Taiwan, which serves Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line and Alishan Forest Railway Main Line (Alishan Line).

Overview

The at-grade station has one island platform and one side platform. The station was first opened on April 20, 1902 with service on the Western Line. Service to the Alishan Forest Railway began in 1912. The station was renovated in June 1933.

Nearby stations

Preceding station   Taiwan Railway Administration   Following station
toward Keelung
Western Line
toward Kaohsiung
Preceding station   Alishan Forest Railway   Following station
Terminus
toward 

Around the station

  • Taiwan Hinoki Museum

References

External links

  • Chiayi Station (Chinese)
  • Chiayi Station (English)

Coordinates: 23°28′45.3″N 120°26′27.1″E / 23.479250°N 120.440861°E / 23.479250; 120.440861


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