Tsuda Station

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Tsuda Station (津田駅, Tsuda-eki) is a railway station in Hirakata, Osaka, Japan.

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Tsuda Station

津田駅
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Tsuda Station
Location1-21-1, Tsuda-ekimae, Hirakata, Osaka
(大阪府枚方市津田駅前一丁目21-1)
Japan
Coordinates 34°48′4.2″N135°41′51.4″E / 34.801167°N 135.697611°E / 34.801167; 135.697611 Coordinates: 34°48′4.2″N135°41′51.4″E / 34.801167°N 135.697611°E / 34.801167; 135.697611
Operated by JR logo (west).svg JR West
Line(s)
Platforms2 island platforms
Tracks2
Connections Keihan Katano Line
Bus terminal
History
Opened1898
Location
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Tsuda Station
Location within Osaka Prefecture
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Tsuda Station
Tsuda Station (Japan)

Lines

Stations next to Tsuda

«Service»
Katamachi Line (Gakkentoshi Line)
Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station
Fujisaka  Regional Rapid Service  Kawachi-Iwafune
Fujisaka Local Kawachi-Iwafune

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