Ōgi Station (Hyōgo)
|Location||Kita-Ōgi 3-chome, Higashinada, Kobe, Hyōgo
|Operated by||Hanshin Electric Railway Co., Ltd.|
|Passengers (2009)||14,299 daily|
Ōgi Station (青木駅 Ōgi-eki?) is a non-elevated station on the Hanshin Electric Railway Main Line in Japan, with trains travelling east to Hanshin's terminal in Umeda (Osaka), and west to central Kobe (Motomachi and Sannomiya). At Motomachi, number of limited express trains carry on along the Sanyo Railway to Himeji city. This section of the track will be elevated, in keeping with the majority of the line.
The station has four tracks with two island platforms. Even though the station is not elevated, passengers are required to go underground in order to access the platforms, and there are no lifts or escalators.
|1||■ ■Main Line||for Koshien, Amagasaki, Osaka (Umeda), Namba, and Nara|
|2||■ ■Main Line||for Koshien, Amagasaki, Osaka (Umeda), Namba, and Nara|
|3||■ Main Line||for Sannomiya, Kosoku Kobe, Akashi, and Himeji|
|4||■ Main Line||used for dead-head trains|
On the days of the events at Hanshin Koshien Stadium, trains stand by at Line 1 and go to Koshien Station to be extra trains for Umeda.
- Sunshine Wharf Kobe (サンシャインワーフ神戸)
In 2005, its average usage was 14,239 passengers per day.
|Hanshin Railway Main Line|
|Rapid Express: Does not stop at this station|
|Fukae||Morning Limited Express for Umeda||Terminus|
Through Limited Express: Does not stop at this station
- Official website of Hanshin Railway (Japanese)