|Location||18-17, Hommachi, Tondabayashi, Osaka |
|Passengers (2010)||15,229 daily|
Tondabayashi Station (富田林駅, Tondabayashi-eki) is a train station in Tondabayashi, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.
Tondabayashi Station has two side platforms with two tracks. The dual track section ends at this station, and there is only one track from that to Kawachi-Nagano.
|1||■ Nagano Line||for Kawachi-Nagano |
partly returning for Furuichi and Osaka Abenobashi
|2||■ Nagano Line||for Furuichi and Osaka Abenobashi|
|Kintetsu Nagano Line|
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