Tondabayashi Station

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Tondabayashi Station

富田林駅
Kintetsu Tondabayashi Station.JPG
North exit
Location18-17, Hommachi, Tondabayashi, Osaka
(大阪府富田林市本町18-17)
Japan
Coordinates 34°30′16.4″N135°36′4.6″E / 34.504556°N 135.601278°E / 34.504556; 135.601278 Coordinates: 34°30′16.4″N135°36′4.6″E / 34.504556°N 135.601278°E / 34.504556; 135.601278
Operated by Kintetsu
Line(s) Nagano Line
Connections
  • Bus terminal
History
Opened1898
Traffic
Passengers (2010)15,229 daily

Tondabayashi Station (富田林駅, Tondabayashi-eki) is a train station in Tondabayashi, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

Contents

Line

Layout

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.

Platforms

1  Nagano Line for Kawachi-Nagano
partly returning for Furuichi and Osaka Abenobashi
2  Nagano Line for Furuichi and Osaka Abenobashi

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Kintetsu Nagano Line
Kishi Local (各駅停車) Tondabayashi-nishiguchi
Kishi  Semi-Express (準急)  Tondabayashi-nishiguchi
Kishi Express (急行) Tondabayashi-nishiguchi


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