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Hina Station

Hina Station is a train station on the Gakunan Railway Line in the city of Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It was the terminal station for all freight operations by the Gakunan Railway, discontinued in 2012. Kamiya Station is served by the Gakunan Railway Line, is located 5.4 kilometers from the terminal of the line at Yoshiwara. Kamiya Station has one island platform connected to the station building by a level crossing; the station is unattended. In addition, multiple tracks for container freight services to neighboring industries parallel the passenger tracks. Hina Station was opened on December 20, 1951. In fiscal 2017, the station was used by an average of 142 passengers daily. Fuji City High School Fuji Yoshinaga Industrial High School List of Railway Stations in Japan Media related to Hina Station at Wikimedia Commons Gakunan Electric Train official website

Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 118

The Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 118 are Pennsylvania State Game Lands in Blair and Huntingdon Counties in Pennsylvania in the United States providing hunting, bird watching, other activities. Game Lands Number 118 runs along the ridge of Tussey Mountain and extends down the slopes on either side to Morrisons Cove to the west and Woodcock Valley to the east, it consists of three parcels located in Catharine and Woodbury Townships in Blair County, in Penn and Walker Townships in Cambria County. Canoe Creek State Park is located about 6 miles to the west, Trough Creek State Park is located about 7 miles to the southeast, Raystown Lake is located about 7 miles to the east, Rothrock State Forest is located adjacent to SGL 118 to the north. Other nearby Pennsylvania State Game Lands include Number 322 to the east, 71 and 99 to the southeast, 67 to the south, 73 to the southwest adjacent to SGL 67, 147 and 166 to the west; the northwest slopes are drained by the Frankstown Branch Juniata River and its tributaries, the Woodcock Valley side is drained by Raystown Branch Juniata River, Raystown Lake and tributaries.

Both branches lead to the Juniata River, part of the Susquehanna River watershed. Nearby communities include the boroughs of Alexandria, Huntingdon and Williamsburg, populated places Aitch, Barree, Brumbaugh Crossing, Covedale, Hesston, Larke, McConnellstown, Mount Etna, Oreminea, Point View, Robeson Extension, Shelltown, Springfield Junction, Water Street and Yellow Spring. U. S. Route 22 runs northeast on the east side of SGL 118, crosses through the pass just northwest of Alexandria at the northern border of SGL 118 turns southeast at the junction with Pennsylvania Route 45. Pennsylvania Route 453 meets Route 45 just north of the 22\45 intersection. Pennsylvania Route 26 runs northeast/southwest along the eastern side of the Game Lands and meets with Route 22 just west of Huntingdon. SGL 118 was entered into the Geographic Names Information System on 2 August 1979 as identification number 1188436, listing the elevation as 1,867 feet, it consists of a total of 6,133 acres in three parcels. Elevations range from 860 feet on the northeast slope to 2,360 feet in the main parcel.

Hunting and trapping species include deer, Ruffed grouse and turkey. Pennsylvania State Game Lands Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 26 located in Blair County Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 41 located in Blair County Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 60 located in Blair County Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 73 located in Blair and Huntingdon Counties Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 108 located in Blair County Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 147 located in Blair County Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 158 located in Blair County Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 166 located in Blair and Huntingdon Counties