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Yoshinogari Kōen Station

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Yoshinogari-Kōen Station
Address  Japan, 〒842-0031 佐賀県神埼郡吉野ヶ里町吉田251−2
Similar  Yoshinogari site, Kanzaki Station, Nakabaru Station, Hizen‑Fumoto Station, Igaya Station

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Yoshinogari-kōen Station (吉野ヶ里公園駅, Yoshinogari kōen eki) is a railway station in Yoshinogari, Kanzaki 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 three tracks, two platforms (one side platform, one island platform) and a footbridge connecting them. It does not have a MARS terminal, but it does have a POS system from which tickets may be sold

Environs

  • Yoshinogari Historical Park
  • National Route 34
  • History

  • September 30, 1942 - Mitagawa Signal Box established
  • December 1, 1943 - Mitagawa Station begins passenger service
  • June 6, 1976 - Track is electrified from Tosu to Hizen-Koga to Nagasaki
  • April 1, 1987 - Privatization of national railroads; Mitagawa Station is inherited by JR Kyushu
  • October 10, 1993 - Station renamed Yoshinogari Park Station
  • March 1, 2000 - Station elevated to be on a bridge
  • References

    Yoshinogari-Kōen Station Wikipedia


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