Tokiwa Station (Kyoto)

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Tokiwa Station

  • 常盤駅
  • ときわ
Jing Fu Chang Pan Yi .JPG
Station platforms, 2007
Location Ukyo-ku, Kyoto
Kyoto Prefecture
Japan
Coordinates 35°01′14″N135°42′18″E / 35.0206810°N 135.7048980°E / 35.0206810; 135.7048980 Coordinates: 35°01′14″N135°42′18″E / 35.0206810°N 135.7048980°E / 35.0206810; 135.7048980 [1]
Operated by Keifuku Electric Railroad
Line(s) Randen Arashiyama Line
Distance2.9km from Kitano-Hakubaichō
Platforms2
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeAt-grade
Other information
Station codeB2
Website Official (in Japanese)
History
OpenedMarch 10, 1926 (1926-03-10)
Passengers
FY2015 [2] 0.6 million

Tokiwa Station (常盤駅, Tokiwa-eki) is a tram stop in Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan. [3] The station is serviced by the Randen Kitano Line that begins at Katabiranotsuji and continues to Kitano-Hakubaichō. [4]

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Station layout

The station consists of two platforms at ground level. Platform 1 services trams to Katabiranotsuji, connecting with the Randen Arashiyama Line. Platform 2 services trams bound for Kitano-Hakubaichō. [5]

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Randen Kitano Line
Satsueisho-mae (B1)Local Narutaki (B3)

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