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Miyauchi Station (Yamagata)

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Operated by  Yamagata Railway
Passengers (FY 2011)  311 daily
Opened  1913
Line(s)  Flower Nagai Line
Address  Japan
Miyauchi Station (Yamagata)
Location  Miyauchi, Nan'yō, Yamagata (山形県南陽市宮内) Japan
Previous names  Miyauchi-chō (until 1988)
Similar  Akayu Station, Orihata Station, Nanyō‑Shiyakusho Station, Ringō Station, Arato Station

Miyauchi Station (宮内駅, Miyauchi-eki) is a railway station in Nan'yō, Yamagata, Japan, operated by the Yamagata Railway.

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Lines

Miyauchi Station is a station on the Flower Nagai Line, and is located 3.0 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Akayu Station.

Station layout

Miyauchi Station has a single Island platform.

History

Miyauchi Station opened on 26 October 1913 as Miyauchi-chō Station (宮内町駅, -Miyauchi-chō -eki). The station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987, and became a station on the Yamagata Railway from 26 October 1988, and was renamed to its present name on the same day.

Surrounding area

  • Mogami River
  • Kumano Shrine
  • National Route 113
  • References

    Miyauchi Station (Yamagata) Wikipedia


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