Thung Song Junction railway station

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Thung Song Junction

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Thung Song Railway Station in 2013
LocationPak Phraek Subdistrict, Thung Song District, Nakhon Si Thammarat
Owned by State Railway of Thailand
Line(s)Southern Line
Platforms3
Tracks8
Other information
Station codeทส.
History
OpenedJanuary 1914
Services
Preceding station  State Railway of Thailand  Following station
toward  Bangkok
Southern Line
toward  Su-ngai Kolok
Terminus Southern Line
Kantang Branch
toward  Kantang

Thung Song Junction railway station is a railway station located in Pak Phraek Subdistrict, Thung Song District, Nakhon Si Thammarat. This station is a class 1 railway station, located 757.08 km (470.4 mi) from Thon Buri railway station. This station is the junction for the Southern Line mainline and the Kantang Branch Line to Trang Province. On site, there is a 277 class decommissioned steam locomotive, built by Hanomag.

The station opened in January 1914, on the Southern Line section Huai Yot-Thung Song Junction. In October 1914, the line extended southwards to Phatthalung, and in February 1915, the line extended northbound to Ban Na.

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