Chiang Mai railway station
Chiang Mai railway station is the 1st class station and the main railway station in Chiang Mai Province. This station is on the east side of the Ping River in the city of Chiang Mai. There are 10 daily trains, not including Oriental Express trains servicing this station. There are 4 to 6 special trains at New Year and other special festivals. In the 2004 census, Chiang Mai Station served nearly 800,000 passengers. Chiang Mai station opened for service for standard gauge rolling stocks on January 1, 1922; the first train was the Lampang–Chiang Mai mixed train. An additional train was the Lamphun–Chiang Mai mixed train, introduced on January 15, 1922. Northern Express had been introduced to Chiang Mai on November 1, 1922. Northern Express using Baldwin Pacific locomotives and Swiss Consolidation locomotives was introduced on December 21, 1926. Hanomag Pacific locomotive replaced Baldwin Pacific in 1928-1929. Frich diesel electric locomotives replaced steam locomotives for the Northern express on March 5, 1933, after a test run on November 16, 1931.
The excursion train from Bangkok to Chiang Mai was introduced on April 11, 1933. The first Chiang Mai station building was destroyed by bombs from Allied Forces on December 21, 1943, it was rebuilt in 1945 and reopened in 1948 and Northern Express service was resumed on August 4, 1946. The following trains serve this station: Special Express 7/8 Bangkok-Chiang Mai-Bangkok Special Express "Uttrawithi" 9/10 Bangkok-Chiang Mai-Bangkok Special Express 13/14 Bangkok-Chiang Mai-Bangkok Express 51/52 Bangkok-Chiang Mai-Bangkok Rapid 109 Bangkok-Chiang Mai Rapid 102 Chiang Mai-Bangkok Local 407/408 Nakhon Sawan-Chiang Mai-Nakhon Sawan
Ban Phachi Junction
Ban Phachi Junction is a railway junction located in Phachi District, Ayutthaya Province, Thailand. It is a Class 1 Station and serves as a junction for the North and Northeastern Line of the State Railway of Thailand. Ban Phachi Junction had to be rebuilt after the Second World War after being hit by Allied Bombing; some super express and express trains do not call at this station. There is a specialty at this station, recommended for those who pass this station; that is the "Phachi" Coconut Ice Cream sold by hawkers with trays walking along platforms and is eaten using a plastic straw. The dessert has been mentioned on some Thai shows, but since the beginning of August 2018 Phachi Coconut Ice Cream was sold at this junction, sales ended permanently. Ban Phachi Junction serves 47 trains daily; the trains that stop here are of the following: Commuter 303/304 Bangkok-Lopburi-Bangkok Commuter 339/340 Bangkok-Kaeng Khoi Junction-Bangkok Rapid 135/140 Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani-Bangkok Rapid 111/108 Bangkok-Den Chai-Bangkok Express 75/78 Bangkok-Nong Khai-Bangkok Express 77/76 Bangkok-Nong Khai-Bangkok Ordinary 201/202 Bangkok-Phitsanulok-Bangkok Express 71/72 Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani-Bangkok Ordinary 209/210 Bangkok-Ban Takhli-Bangkok Ordinary 233/234 Bangkok-Surin-Bangkok Rapid 109/102 Bangkok-Chiang Mai-Bangkok Ordinary 211/212 Bangkok-Taphan Hin-Bangkok Ordinary 207/208 Bangkok-Nakhon Sawan-Bangkok Rapid 145/136 Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani-Bangkok Commuter 315/316 Bangkok-Lopburi-Bangkok Commuter 301/302 Bangkok-Lopburi-Bangkok Commuter 313/314 Bangkok-Ban Phachi-Bangkok Commuter 341/342 Bangkok-Kaeng Khoi-Bangkok Commuter 343/344 Bangkok-Kaeng Khoi-Bangkok Commuter 317/318 Bangkok-Lopburi-Bangkok Rapid 139/146 Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani-Bangkok Rapid 107/112 Bangkok-Den Chai-Bangkok Rapid 105/106 Bangkok-Sila At-Bangkok Rapid 133/134 Bangkok-Nong Khai-Bangkok Express 67/68 Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani-Bangkok Rapid 141/142 Bangkok-Ubon Ratchathani-Bangkok "สถานีรถไฟชุมทางบ้านภาชี"..
Rotfaithai.com. "การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย". State Railway of Thailand. "คนชอบนั่งรถไฟเศร้า ไอติมกะทิบ้านภาชี เลิกขายแล้ว ปิดตำนานหวานเย็น 5 บาท". Khao Sod. August 7, 2018
Yommarat Railway Halt
Yommarat Halt is a railway halt in Bangkok. It is owned by the State Railway of Thailand and serves the Northern and Southern Line, it is on Sawankhalok Road in Thung Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok, to the north of Yommarat level-crossing. The trains that stop at this station are only some ordinary services. Not far from the halt is Uruphong Halt, a separate halt for the Eastern Line. Yommarat was refurbished since 2017 and was used as an access point for railway passengers to the Royal Crematorium during the death and funeral of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, it will be relocated a bit further north to service the SRT Red Line Project and handle trains coming from Phaya Thai. "สำนักงานนโยบายและแผนการขนส่งและจราจร". "การรถไฟแห่งประเทศไทย"
Bangkok railway station
Bangkok railway station, unofficially known as Hua Lamphong station, is the main railway station in Bangkok, Thailand. It is in the center of the city in the Pathum Wan District, is operated by the State Railway of Thailand; the station is referred to by the State Railway of Thailand as Sathani Rotfai Krung Thep in Thai and Bangkok Station in English. Hua Lamphong is the informal name of the station, used by both foreign locals; the station is named as Hua Lamphong in travel guide books and in the public press. In other areas of Thailand the station is referred to as Krungthep Station, the name Hua Lamphong is not well-known. In all documents published by the State Railway of Thailand the station is uniformly transcribed as Krungthep in Thai; the word Hua Lamphong no one knows. But has an explanation that comes from the word Wua Lamphong which has no meaning. Or explain that from the word Lamphong, a plant that has toxic effects, but some academics believe should have originated from Malay as well as many other places in Bangkok such as Bang Phlat, Bang Kho Laem, Bukkhalo, Khlong Lambak, Chorakhe Bua etc.
By explaining that it is derived from the mixed word between Khua in Thai, means bridge and the word Lamphung in Malay meaning temporary, Loi Khua Lumphung is a temporary bridge became Hua Lamphong according to the pronunciation of Thais. The station was opened on 25 June 1916 after six years of construction; the site of the railway station was occupied by the national railway's maintenance centre, which moved to Makkasan in June 1910. At the nearby site of the previous railway station a pillar commemorates the inauguration of the Thai railway network in 1897; the station was built in an Italian Neo-Renaissance-style, with decorated wooden roofs and stained glass windows, with the Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof in Germany as a prototype. The architecture is attributed to Turin-born Mario Tamagno, who with countryman Annibale Rigotti was responsible for the design of several other early 20th century public buildings in Bangkok; the pair designed Bang Khun Phrom Palace, Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall in the Royal Plaza and Suan Kularb Residential Hall and Throne Hall in Dusit Garden, among other buildings.
There are 14 platforms, 26 ticket booths, two electric display boards. Hua Lamphong serves over 130 trains and 60,000 passengers each day. Since 2004 the station has been connected by an underground passage to the MRT subway system's Hua Lamphong MRT Station; the station is a terminus of the Eastern and Oriental Express luxury trains, the International Express to Malaysia. The station is scheduled to be closed in 2021; the State Railway of Thailand plans to move Bangkok's central station to Bang Sue Central Station. Hua Lamphong MRT Station รายงานกองบัญชาการครั้งที่ 20 กล่าวด้วยการเดินรถไฟหลวงทางขนาดใหญ่ในกรุงสยามประจำพระพุทธศักราช 2459, กรมรถไฟหลวง, โรงพิมพ์กรมรถไฟ, 2460 งานฉลอง 50ปี กรมรถไฟหลวง, กรมรถไฟหลวง, โรงพิมพ์กรมรถไฟ, 2490
Bang Pa-in railway station
Bang Pa-in railway station is a railway station located in Ban Len Subdistrict, Bang Pa-in District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya. It is a class 1 railway station located 58.001 km from Bangkok Railway Station. On site is a royal pavilion for the Royal Family and is used on some occasions when a member of the Royal Family visits the Bang Pa-In Royal Palace. Rapid No. 105/106 Bangkok- Sila At- Bangkok Rapid No. 111/112 Bangkok- Den Chai- Bangkok Rapid No. 141/142 Bangkok- Ubon Ratchathani- Bangkok Rapid No. 145/146 Bangkok- Ubon Ratchathani- Bangkok Ordinary No. 201/202 Bangkok- Phitsanulok- Bangkok Ordinary No. 207/208 Bangkok- Nakhon Sawan- Bangkok Ordinary No. 209/210 Bangkok- Ban Takhli- Bangkok Ordinary No. 211/212 Bangkok- Taphan Hin- Bangkok Ordinary No. 233/234 Bangkok- Surin- Bangkok Commuter No. 301/302 Bangkok- Lop Buri- Bangkok Commuter No. 303/304 Bangkok- Lop Buri- Bangkok Commuter No. 305/306 Bangkok- Ayutthaya- Bangkok Commuter No. 313/314 Bangkok- Ban Phachi Junction- Bangkok Commuter No. 315/316 Bangkok- Lop Buri- Bangkok Commuter No.
317/318 Bangkok- Lop Buri- Bangkok Commuter No. 339/340 Bangkok- Kaeng Khoi Junction- Bangkok Commuter No. 341/342 Bangkok- Kaeng Khoi Junction- Bangkok Commuter No. 343/344 Bangkok- Kaeng Khoi Junction- Bangkok 柿崎一郎. 王国の鉄路 タイ鉄道の歴史. 京都大学学術出版会. ISBN 978-4-87698-848-8. 渡邉乙弘. タイ国鉄4000キロの旅. 文芸社. ISBN 978-4-286-13041-5
Bang Sue Junction railway station
Bang Sue Junction, is a railway station and junction located in Bangkok. It is situated on Chatuchak District, it is owned by the State Railway of Thailand, serves the Northern and Southern Line and is a junction for the North/Northeast and South Lines. Bang Sue Junction is separated into 2 station buildings, one for the North and Northeast lines and another for the Southern Line; the distance between the buildings are about 200 metres apart, with an overpass that links and used when a train is parked at the platform. This station has 72 tracks. 8 tracks are linked to the locomotive depot and the remaining 60 are rail sidings. Transport links include the Bangkok MRT, the BMTA. Bang Sue Junction is the location of Phahonyothin Cargo Yard. With an expanse to about 50 rails, it is the largest rail yard, in the whole of Thailand, it is located about 1.5 kilometres from the station and is the main cargo yard for freight services around Thailand. The State Railway of Thailand and the Ministry of Transportation have decided to build a large main station here and move all train destinations for Bangkok railway station to end here instead.
In addition to adding a few commuter services, the high-speed rail and Suvarnabhumi Airport Link will be available for service and use. As of May 2018 construction is over 50% complete; the following BMTA routes serve this station
Sam Sen railway station
Sam Sen railway station is a railway station in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is owned by the State Railway of Thailand. It is served by the Northern and Southern lines. All passenger trains passing must stop at this station. Sam Sen Station is on Sam Sen Nai, Phaya Thai District. About 3,000-5,000 people use this station daily. Sam Sen Station is a Class 1 Station, number code: 1004, English alphabet code: SSN. There are two platforms. Platform 1 is for trains heading to further destinations along the routes. Platform 2 is for trains heading back to Bangkok railway station, it is 4.8 kilometres from Bangkok Station. Eighty-six trains serve this station daily including a few excursion trains to Nam Tok and Suan Son Pradipat and some special trains; the station building was mushroom-shaped, with originality and great beauty. However, it was torn down to make way for the Hopewell Project; the station was the site of one of the first PDRC protests against the amnesty bill in the 2013-2014 Thai political crisis, used between 31 October to 4 November 2013.
This was moved to Ratchadamnoen Avenue on the 4th. The following BMTA routes serve this station: No. 9 - Mo Chit 2-Phasi Charoen Pier Air-Conditioned No.9 - Chatuchak-Kalapraphruek Road No. 125 - Sam Sen Station-Salaya 柿崎一郎. 王国の鉄路 タイ鉄道の歴史. 京都大学学術出版会. ISBN 978-4-87698-848-8. 渡邉乙弘. タイ国鉄4000キロの旅. 文芸社. ISBN 978-4-286-13041-5