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Hekinan chūō Station

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Operated by  Nagoya Railroad
Previous names  Shin-Suma (until 1981)
Address  Japan
Phone  +81 565-32-0336
Line(s)  Meitetsu Mikawa Line
Passengers (2007)  2,011 daily
Opened  1915
Hekinan-chūō Station
Location  Sakae, Hekinan, Aichi (愛知県碧南市栄町) Japan
Similar  Shinkawa‑machi Station, Kita Shinkawa Station, Hekinan Station, Takahama‑minato Station, Mikawa Takahama Station

Hekinan-chūō Station (碧南中央駅, Hekinan-chūō-eki) is a railway station operated by Meitetsu on the Mikawa Line, located in Hekinan, Aichi Prefecture Japan. It is located 16.9kilometers from the terminus of the Mikawa Line at Chiryū Station.

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History

Hekinan-chūō Station was opened on February 5, 1914, as a temporary stop operating only during the summer vacation season for beachgoerson the privately owned Mikawa Railway Company. It was elevated to the status of a station on July 10, 1915, and named Shin Suma Station (新須磨駅, Shin Suma-eki). The Mikawa Railway Company was taken over by Meitetsu on June 1, 1941. The station was renamed to its present name on December 14, 1981.

Lines

  • Nagoya Railroad
  • Mikawa Line
  • Layout

    Hekinan-chūō Station has a single side platform serving bi-directional traffic. The station is unattended.

    References

    Hekinan-chūō Station Wikipedia


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