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Kita-Fujioka Station

Kita-Fujioka Station (北藤岡駅 Kita-Fujioka-eki?) is a railway station in Fujioka, Gunma, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East).[1]

Lines

Kita-Fujioka Station is served by the Hachikō Line between Komagawa and Takasaki.

Station layout

The station consists of one side platform serving a single track. This station is treated as a junction of the Takasaki Line, with the Hachikō Line and Takasaki Line using the same double tracks between Kita-Fujioka and Kuragano.

Platforms

1 Hachikō Line for Yorii, Ogawamachi, and Komagawa
2 Hachikō Line for Kuragano and Takasaki

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Hachikō Line
Gunma-Fujioka   Local   Kuragano

History

The station opened on 21 February 1961.[1]

The station became Suica-compatible from February 2002.

References

External links

  • JR East Station information (Japanese)


Coordinates: 36°16′56″N 139°04′53″E / 36.28212°N 139.08149°E / 36.28212; 139.08149

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