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Nakabaru Station

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Nakabaru Station
Similar  Yoshinogari‑Kōen Station, Hizen‑Fumoto Station, Kanzaki Station, Hizen‑Iida Station, Igaya Station

Nakabaru Station (中原駅, Nakabaru-eki) is a railway station in Miyaki, Miyaki District, Saga Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by JR Kyushu and is on the Nagasaki Main Line.

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Layout

It is an above ground station with two tracks, two side platforms and a footbridge connecting them. It does not have a MARS terminal but does have POS from which tickets may be sold.

Environs

The station is in a residential district.

  • Miyaki Town Nakabaru Government Building
  • Ayabe Shrine (enshrining the wind god)
  • History

  • August 20, 1891 - Kyushu Railway opens this station
  • July 1, 1907 - Kyushu Railway nationalizes and Nakabaru Station falls under the control of the Railway Ministry
  • June 6, 1976 - Track from Tosu to Hizen-Koga to Nagasaki is electrified
  • April 1, 1987 - Railways privatize and Nakabaru Station is inherited by JR Kyushu
  • References

    Nakabaru Station Wikipedia


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