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Suita Station (JR West)

Suita Station (吹田駅 Suita-eki?) is a railway station on the West Japan Railway Company JR Kyoto Line (Tōkaidō Main Line between Kyoto and Osaka) in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Japan. Though this station is administrated by Takatsuki Station, the regional station master exists at this station and administrates Kishibe Station.

History

The station opened on August 9, 1876.[1]

Layout

The station has two island platforms, each of which exclusively serves up or down trains. Outer side of each platform is fenced as no trains on the outer tracks make stop at this station.

1 JR Kyōto Line passing trains
2 JR Kyōto Line for Shin-Ōsaka, Ōsaka and Sannomiya
3 JR Kyōto Line for Takatsuki and Kyōto
4 JR Kyōto Line passing trains

Adjacent stations

« Service »
JR West
Tōkaidō Line passenger tracks (JR Kyōto Line)
Kishibe   Local   Higashi-Yodogawa
Rapid Service: no stop
Special Rapid Service: no stop
Tōkaidō Line freight tracks
Suita Signal Box Umeda Freight Line
(no passenger trains stop)
(route for limited express trains "Haruka")
Shin-Ōsaka
Suita Signal Box Hoppo Freight Line (freight only) Miyahara Depot
Katamachi Line freight branch
Terminus Joto Freight Line Shigino

References


Coordinates: 34°45′47″N 135°31′25″E / 34.76306°N 135.52361°E / 34.76306; 135.52361

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