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Uwagoromo Station

Uwagoromo Station
上挙母駅
Location
Prefecture Aichi
(See other stations in Aichi)
City Toyota
Neighborhood etc. 2-96 Kanaya-cho
Postal code 471-0876
(in Japanese) 愛知県豊田市金谷町二丁目96番地 [1]
History
Year opened 1920
Rail services
Operator(s) Nagoya Railroad
Line(s) Mikawa Line
Statistics 519,996[2] passengers/year 2006

Uwagoromo Station (上挙母駅 Uwagoromo-eki?) is a railway station operated by Meitetsu on the Mikawa Line, located in Toyota, Aichi Prefecture Japan. It is located 13.9 kilometers from the terminus of the Mikawa Line at Chiryū Station.

History

Uwagoromo Station was opened on August 31, 1920, as a station on the privately owned Mikawa Railway. On December 18, 1929, the Okazaki Line began operations to the station. The Mikawa Railway was merged with Meitetsu on June 1, 1941. Operations of the Okazaki Line (renamed the Koromo Line) were discontinued on March 4, 1973. The station has been unattended since June 16, 2001.

Lines

Layout

Uwagoromo Station has a single island platform.

Platforms

1 Mikawa Line For Toyotashi and Sanage
2 Mikawa Line For Chiryū

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Nagoya Railroad
Mikawa Line
Toyotashi - Tsuchihashi

See also

References

External links

  • Official web page

Coordinates: 35°04′20″N 137°09′16″E / 35.0721°N 137.1544°E / 35.0721; 137.1544


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