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Sendai Station (Kagoshima)

Sendai Station (川内駅 Sendai-eki?) is a railway station in Satsumasendai, Kagoshima, Japan. Operated by Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu) and Hisatsu Orange Railway.

Lines

Sendai Station is served by the Kyushu Shinkansen and Kagoshima Main Line, and also the Hisatsu Orange Railway Line.

Platforms

1/2 Kagoshima Main Line for Kushikino and Kagoshima-Chūō
3 Hisatsu Orange Railway Line for Izumi
4 Hisatsu Orange Railway Line for Izumi
to the JR Kyushu Kagoshima Line for Kumanojo and Kagoshima-Chūō
11 Kyushu Shinkansen for Hakata and Shin-Ōsaka
12 Kyushu Shinkansen for Kagoshima-Chūō

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kyushu Shinkansen
Izumi or Kumamoto Sakura / Tsubame Kagoshima-Chūō
Kagoshima Main Line
Terminus Local and Sendai Express Kumanojō
Kami-Sendai
(Hisatsu Orange Railway)
Ocean Liner Satsuma Kushikino
Hisatsu Orange Railway Line
Kami-Sendai Local Terminus

History

  • June 1, 1914 - The station opened as Sendai-machi Station (川内町駅?) on the Sendai Line.[2]
  • 1922 - Track from Sendai-Machi Station to Nishikata Station opens.
  • October 20, 1924 - Track from Sendai Station to Hiwaki Station is opened for as Miyanojo Line.
  • October 1, 1940 - Sendai-machi Station was renamed Sendai Station.[2]
  • January 10, 1987 - Miyanojo line is abolished (From Sendai Station to Satsuma-Ōkuchi Station).
  • Marchi 13, 2004 - Kyushu Shinkansen services began.

Surrounding area

  • Satsumasendai City Hall
  • Sendai Post Office

References

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Coordinates: 31°48′49″N 130°18′44″E / 31.813657°N 130.31225°E / 31.813657; 130.31225

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