|Opened||October 20, 1891|
|Former name||雞籠 (Chinese)
|Line(s)||Western Line (092)
|Daily Ridership||15,321 (2010)|
|Operator(s)||Taiwan Railway Administration|
|Taiwan Railway Administration Station|
- October 20, 1891: When the segment from Keelung to Shuifanjiao opened for service, a station to the north of the current station opened, Keelung Train Pier (雞籠火車碼頭).
- October 20, 1893: The rail line from Keelung to Taipei is completed.
- October 30, 1908: The third-generation station (with clocktower) opens for service. The style is similar to Hsinchu and Taichung opened at around the same time.
- April 1914: The rail line from Keelung to Badu is completed.
- January 23, 1967: The current station (the fourth-generation) is completed.
- 1968: Station underpass is completed.
- April 5, 1968: The Keelung Railway Restaurant is added to the station.
- June 6, 1985: The aforementioned restaurant closes.
- June 8, 2013: One of the station's footbridges collapsed, injuring one woman and delaying the train schedule.
|■ Western Line (Southbound departure)||Toward Qidu, Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung, Pingtung|
|■ Eastern Line (Southbound departure, through service)||Toward Yilan, Hualien (through Qidu)|
As part of the "Keelung Station Reconstruction Project" announced by the Executive Yuan in July 2007, Keelung Station will be relocated to the south of Zhong 1st Road. As an urban renewal project, the station will be moved underground. The new station will be equipped with two island platforms and four tracks, and will cost an estimated NT$2.627 billion.The project includes 1.5 km (0.93 mi) of track, including the route to Sankeng Station. It is expected to be completed by December 2013, and will eliminate two level crossings.
Around the station
- Keelung City Government
- Keelung City Council
- Keelung City Tourism Center
- Keelung Station Circle
- YM Oceanic Culture and Art Museum
- Keelung Cultural Center
- Port of Keelung
- Haigang Building
- West coast ports and storage
- Zhongyi Road Harbor Trail
- Hsieh-ho Power Plant
|Preceding station||Taiwan Railway Administration||Following station|
- "Volume of Passenger and Freight Traffic". Taiwan Railway Administration. 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-15.
- "Keelung Project". Railway Reconstruction Bureau. Retrieved 2011-01-20.
- "基隆計畫". Railway Reconstruction Bureau. Retrieved 2011-01-20.
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