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San'yō Main Line tracks
|Location||1-11-1 Akineminami-machi, Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi |
|Previous names||Ichinomiya; Nagato-Ichinomiya (until 1975)|
|Passengers (FY2009)||4,958 daily[ citation needed ]|
Shin-Shimonoseki Station (新下関駅, Shin-Shimonoseki eki) is a railway station on the San'yō Shinkansen and San'yō Main Line, operated by West Japan Railway Company (JR West) in Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan.
Shin-Shimonoseki Station is served by the following JR West lines:
The Sanyo Shinkansen has one island platform, one side platform with a prepared track layer and two through tracks without platforms. All of them are elevated. The Sanyo Main Line has two side platforms and one siding track without platform. All of them are on ground. Two lines cross spatially.
|1||■Sanyō Shinkansen (down, westbound)||for Kokura, Hakata, Kagoshima-chuo (Only Kodama and Sakura which start or end at this station use. )|
|2||■Sanyō Shinkansen(down)||for Kokura, Hakata, Kagoshima-chuo|
|3||■Sanyō Shinkansen(up)||for Hiroshima, Shin-Ōsaka|
|San'yō Main Line|
|4||■Sanyō Main Line (up)||for Asa, Shin-Yamaguchi|
|6||■Sanyō Main Line (down)||for Shimonoseki|
Track 5 has no platform.
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Mizuho: Does not stop at this station
|San'yō Main Line|
Some Hikari and Sakura Shinkansen trains pass this station.
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