Fukushima Station (Fukushima)
Fukushima Station is a railway station in the city of Fukushima, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan. The station is the terminus for the JR East Yamagata Shinkansen, Ōu Main Line, as well as the third-sector Abukuma Express Line and operated Fukushima Kotsu Iizaka Line. JR East Tohoku Shinkansen Yamagata Shinkansen Tōhoku Main Line Ōu Main Line Abukuma Express Abukuma Express Line Fukushima Transportation Iizaka Line The station is separated into an east and a west section. Within the area after entering the ticket gates, the opposite sections of the station are accessible via a pedestrian tunnel that runs over the tracks. Outside of the ticketed area, pedestrians must use an underground tunnel to access the opposite section. Cyclists and other vehicles must utilize the bridges to either the south of the station. All lines, except for the Abukuma Express Line and the Iizaka Line, are accessible through the main entrance of the East or West sections of the station; the Abukuma Express Line and the Iizaka Line have a separate entrance on the Northeast side of the station.
The JR portion of the station uses one side platform, one island platform and one bay platform to serve a total of six tracks for regular trains, two elevated island platforms for Shinkansen operations. The station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office; the Abukuma Express Line and the Fukushima Kōtsū Iizaka Line share a single island platform. Nippon Railway opened Fukushima Station and the railway between Kōriyama Station and Shiogama Station on December 15, 1887; this railway was nationalized and named the Tōhoku Main Line. The government railways opened the railway named the Ōu Main Line, between Fukushima Station and Yonezawa Station on May 15, 1899; the Iizaka Line was opened on April 1924 by Fukushima Iizaka Electric Tramway. The Tōhoku Shinkansen opened on June 23, 1982 and the Abukuma Express Line opened on July 1, 1988. Through services between the Tōhoku Shinkansen and the Ōu Main Line, under the name Yamagata Shinkansen, began on July 1, 1992. For Minamisōma, Haranomachi Station, Kashima Station For Sōma For Nihonmatsu, Koriyama Women's University, Kōriyama Station For Nihonmatsu, Iwaki Station, Iwaki-Taira Velodrome For Nihonmatsu, Aizu-Wakamatsu Station, Aizuwakamatsu Castle For Sendai Station Abukuma.
Fukushima Station is located in the centre of the city of Fukushima. List of railway stations in Japan JR East Station information Abukuma Express Station information Fukushima Kōtsū Station information
Itaya Station is a railway station on the Ōu Main Line in the city of Yonezawa, Yamagata Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Itaya Station is served by the Ōu Main Line, is located 21.2 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Fukushima Station. Itaya Station has a single side platform serving traffic in both directions; the station is unattended. Itaya Station was opened on 15 May 1899; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987. National Route 13 Kuriko International Ski & Resort JR East station information
Kita-Kanaoka Station is a JR East railway station located in Mitane, Yamamoto District, Akita Prefecture, Japan. Kita-Kanaoka Station is served by the Ōu Main Line, is located 349.4 km from the terminus of the line at Fukushima Station. Kita-Kanaoka Station consists of two opposed side platforms connected by an overpass; the station is unattended. Kita-Kanaoka Station began as Kita-Kanoka Signal Stop on June 1, 1944 and was elevated to a full station on the Japan National Railway, serving the village of Kanaoka, Akita on February 25, 1952; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the JNR on April 1, 1987. It has been unattended since May 2005. A new station building was completed in April 2006. JR East Station information
Yamagata Station is a railway station in Yamagata, Yamagata Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Yamagata Station is served by the following lines. Yamagata Shinkansen Ōu Main Line Senzan Line Aterazawa Line The station has a "Midori no Madoguchi" staffed ticket office and a View Plaza travel agency. Yamagata Station opened on 11 April 1901. With the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987, the station came under the control of JR East. Yamagata Shinkansen services started on 1 July 1992. From 4 December 1999, Yamagata Shinkansen services were extended to Shinjō Station. In fiscal 2012, the station was used by an average of 10,860 passengers daily; the passenger figures for previous years are as shown below. Yamagata City Office Yamagata Museum of Art Mogami Yoshiaki Historical Museum Yamagata Citizens' Hall Yamagata Gakuin High School Yamagata No. 3 Junior High School Yamagata Station Yamagata Station map
The Gonō Line is a railway line in Japan linking Higashi-Noshiro Station in Akita Prefecture with Kawabe Station in Aomori Prefecture, in the northern Tōhoku region of Honshu. The line stretches 147.2 km along the Sea of Japan coast with a total of 43 stations. The Gonō Line is operated by East Japan Railway Company. All trains, including Fukaura rapid services, stop at every station. For the Resort Shirakami limited express service, please see its article. Trains may pass at stations marked "◇", "v", or "^". KiHa 40 series KiHa 48 series The first section of the Gonō Line was opened by the Japanese Government Railways from Higashi-Noshiro to Noshiro in 1908; when every JGR railway line was assigned a line name on October 12, 1909, this short railway was named the Noshiro Line. In 1926 it was extended in 1932 extended to Mutsu-Iwasaki; the private Mutsu Railway began operations on September 1918 linking Kawabe with Goshogawara. The line was extended to Mutsu-Morita on October 21, 1924 with the extension called the Goshogawara Line.
The line was extended to Ajigasawa on May 15, 1925. The company was nationalized in 1927, with the Goshogawara Line being absorbed into the Mutsu Railway; the line was extended to Mutsu-Akaishi on November 26, 1929 and connected to the Gonō Line on July 30, 1936, at which time the entire line adopted its current name. A CTC system was installed in 1986. With the privatization of the Japanese National Railways on April 1, 1987, the Gonō Line came under the control of the East Japan Railway Company. List of railway lines in Japan Harris, Ken. Jane's World Railways 2008-2009. Jane's Information Group. ISBN 0-7106-2861-7. 五能線ガイドブック. Japan: Mumyosha. 10 April 2002. ISBN 978-4895443074. Endo, Isao. 五能線物語 「奇跡のローカル線」を生んだ最強の現場力. Japan: PHP Institute, Inc. ISBN 978-4569830094. JR East website
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Tōge Station is a railway station on the Ōu Main Line in the city of Yonezawa, Yamagata Prefecture, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Tōge Station is served by the Ōu Main Line, is located 28.8 rail kilometers from the terminus of the line at Fukushima Station. Tōge Station has a single island platform; the station is unattended. Tōge Station began as a signal stop on 15 May 1899 and was elevated to a full passenger station on 1 August 1899; the station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987. The station is surrounded by wooded hills. Ubayu Onsen Namegawa Onsen JR East station information