Tsuzumigaura Station

Tsuzumigaura Station
鼓ヶ浦駅
Tsuzumigaura Station
Location
Prefecture Mie
(See other stations in Mie)
City Suzuka
Neighborhood etc. 4-16-16 Jike
Postal code 510-0254
(in Japanese) 三重県鈴鹿市寺家四丁目16-16
History
Year opened 1915
Former name Koyasu Kannon Station
Present name since 1922
Rail services
Operator(s) Kintetsu
Line(s) Kintetsu Nagoya Line
Statistics 544 passengers/day (FY2010)

Tsuzumigaura Station (鼓ヶ浦駅 Tsuzumigaura-eki?) is a railway station on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line in Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Kintetsu. Tsuzumigaura Station is 54.1 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Kintetsu Nagoya Station.[1]

Lines

Station layout

Tsuzumigaura Station has two opposed side platforms.

Platforms

1 Nagoya Line for Tsu, Toba, Osaka Namba, Kashikojima
2 Nagoya Line for Kintetsu Yokkaichi, Kuwana, Nagoya

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kintetsu Nagoya Line
Express (急行): no stop
Shiroko   Local (普通)   Isoyama

History

Tsuzumigaura Station opened on September 10, 1915 as Koyasu Kannon Station (子安観音駅 Koyasu Kannon eki?) on the Ise Railway. It was renamed to its present name on October 1, 1922. The Ise Railway became the Sangu Express Electric Railway’s Ise Line on September 15, 1936, and was renamed the Nagoya Line on December 7, 1938. After merging with Osaka Electric Kido on March 15, 1941, the line became the Kansai Express Railway's Nagoya Line. [2] This line was merged with the Nankai Electric Railway on June 1, 1944 to form Kintetsu.[2]

References

External links

  • (Japanese) Kintetsu: Tsuzumigaura Station


Coordinates: 34°49′33.65″N 136°34′52.36″E / 34.8260139°N 136.5812111°E / 34.8260139; 136.5812111

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