Noe Station

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Noe Station

野江駅
Keihan Noe Station.jpg
Noe Station, July 2007
Location3-15-7 Seiiku, Jōtō, Osaka, Osaka
(大阪市城東区成育3丁目15番7号)
Japan
Coordinates 34°42′25.92″N135°32′36.39″E / 34.7072000°N 135.5434417°E / 34.7072000; 135.5434417 Coordinates: 34°42′25.92″N135°32′36.39″E / 34.7072000°N 135.5434417°E / 34.7072000; 135.5434417
Operated by Keihan Electric Railway
Line(s) Keihan Main Line
Connections
  • Bus stop
History
Opened1910

Noe Station (野江駅, Noe-eki) is a railway station on the Keihan Main Line in Joto-ku, Osaka, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Keihan Electric Railway.

Contents

Lines

Noe Station is served by the Keihan Main Line.

Station layout

The station has two side platforms serving two tracks on the 2nd level, outside of the passing tracks.

Platforms

1  Keihan Main Line for Moriguchishi, Hirakatashi, Sanjo , and Demachiyanagi
2 Keihan Main Linefor Kyobashi , Yodoyabashi, and Nakanoshima

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Keihan Main Line
Others: Does not stop at this station
Kyōbashi  Local  Sekime

History

Noe Station opened on 15 April 1901. [1] It was rebuilt as an elevated station on 15 April 1970. [1]

Passenger statistics

In 2011, the station was used by an average of 11,424 passengers daily. [1]

Surrounding area

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References

  1. 1 2 3 Terada, Hirokazu (19 January 2013). データブック日本の私鉄[Databook: Japan's Private Railways]. Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 276. ISBN   978-4-7770-1336-4.