|Opened||October 15, 1905|
|Former name||石榴班驛 (Japanese)|
|Line(s)||Western Line (157)
|Operator(s)||Taiwan Railway Administration|
|Taiwan Railway Administration Station|
Shiliu Station (Chinese: 石榴車站; pinyin: Shíliú Chēzhàn) is a railway station on the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) Western Line located in Douliu City, Yunlin County, Taiwan. The station does not offer passenger service.
This wooden station has two side platforms. The station originally had an island platform, but it was demolished after the station was converted to a depot. The station currently only serves shuttle services and is considered a hikyō station.
- October 15, 1905: Opened as Shiliuban-eki (石榴班驛).
- September 19, 1908: Due to lack of business, service ceased.
- 1941: Re-opened as Shiliuban Signal Field (石榴班信號場).
- 1945: Name changed to Shiliuban Switching Station (石榴班號誌站).
- June 6, 1950: Name changed to Shiliuban Station (石榴班車站). Upgraded to Class 3 station.
- March 1, 1955: Name changed to Shiliu Station (石榴站).
- August 15, 1990: Station is downgraded to a hikyō station. Management is now under Douliu Station.
Around the station
- Shiliuban River
- National Highway No. 3
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