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Taitung Station

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Structure type  Surface
Opened  27 June 1982
Province  Taiwan Province
Station code  004
Phone  +886 8 922 9687
Taitung Station
Location  Taitung City, Taitung Taiwan
Line(s)  Hualien–Taitung Line (004)      South-Link Line (004)
Distance  151.9 km from Hualien 98.2 km from Fangliao
Classification  一等站 (Taiwan Railways Administration level)
Address  950, Taiwan, Taitung County, Taitung City, Alley 31, Lane 1, Xinxing Rd, 26號61 號
Similar  Fugang Fishery Harbor, Zhiben Station, Hualien Station, Railway Art Village, National Museum of Prehistory

Look around outside of taitung station

Taitung Station (Chinese: 台東車站; pinyin: Táidōng Chēzhàn) is a railway station of Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA). It lies at the junction of the Hualien-Taitung Line and the South-Link Line in Taitung City, Taitung County, Taiwan.


Taitung station october 2009


During the construction work of the back part of Taitung Station in 1980, a historic settlement area was discovered when graveyard containing several thousand slate coffins was unearthed, with some bodies still laid within. Around 20,000 pieces of jade, pottery and stone tools were also found. This had caught the attention of the government to carry out archaeological work and build a national museum to preserve the artifacts. The area officially opened in 1997 as the Beinan Cultural Park.


There are three island platforms.


All service classes of the TRA except the Taroko Express. This is because the Taroko class is exclusively used on the northern half of the Eastern Line. Only the "Puyuma Express" runs the full length from Taipei to Taitung after electrification of the Eastern Line was completed in July 2014.

Around the station

  • Beinan Cultural Park
  • Peinandazhen Riverside Park
  • Taitung Forest Park
  • References

    Taitung Station Wikipedia

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