Yanagi Station

Yanagai Station
柳駅
Yanagi Station
Location
Prefecture Mie
(See other stations in Mie)
City Suzuka
Neighborhood etc. 726-4 Yanagimachi
Postal code 513-0811
(in Japanese) 三重県鈴鹿市柳町726-4
History
Year opened 1925
Rail services
Operator(s) Kintetsu
Line(s) Kintetsu Suzuka Line
Statistics 125 passengers/day (FY2010)

Yanagi Station (柳駅 Yanagi-eki?) is a railway station on the Kintetsu Suzuka Line in Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Kintetsu. Yanagi Station is 2.2 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Ise-Wakamatsu Station.[1]

Lines

Station layout

Yanagi Station has a single side platform serving bi-directional traffic.

Platforms

1 Kintetsu Suzuka Line For Ise-Wakamatsu


For Hiratachō

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kintetsu Suzuka Line
Ise-Wakamatsu   Express   Suzukashi
Ise-Wakamatsu   Local   Suzukashi

History

Yanagi Station opened on December 20, 1925 as a station on the Ise Railway’s Kambe Spur Line. The Ise Railway became the Sangu Express Electric Railway’s Ise-Kambe 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. It was renamed the Suzuka Line on April 8, 1963[2] The station has been unattended since October 1, 1994.

References

External links

  • (Japanese) Kintetsu: Yanagi Station


Coordinates: 34°52′17″N 136°35′46″E / 34.8715°N 136.5961°E / 34.8715; 136.5961

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