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Wudu Station

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Line(s)  West Coast
Structure type  Elevated
Opened  1 June 1902
Distance  11.7 km from Keelung
Passengers  3,085 daily (2014)
Platforms in use  1

Location  17 Changan Rd. Xizhi, New Taipei Taiwan
Operated by  Taiwan Railway Administration
Address  221, Taiwan, New Taipei City, Xizhi District
Similar  Baifu Station, Xike Station, Xizhi Station, Badu Station, Sankeng Station


Wudu Station (Chinese: 五堵車站; pinyin: Wǔdǔ Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Xizhi District, New Taipei, Taiwan.

History

The station was opened on 1 June 1902, during Japanese rule. The station is now mostly used by commuters to and from Keelung and Taipei, and the only trains that stop here are the local trains.

References

Wudu Station Wikipedia


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