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New station building
|Location||Kitaise-cho Ageki 687, Inabe, Mie
|Operated by||Sangi Railway|
|Passengers (2011)||329 daily|
Ageki Station (阿下喜駅? Ageki-eki) is a terminal railway station in Inabe, Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is located 20.4 rail kilometres from the opposing terminus of the Hokusei Line at Nishi-Kuwana Station.
Ageki Station has a single island platform, with trains bound for Nishi-Kuwana using either side of the platform.
|1||■ Hokusei Line||for Nishi-Kuwana|
|2||■ Hokusei Line||for Nishi-Kuwana|
|Sangi Hokusei Line|
- July 8, 1931: Station opens as part of Hokusei Railway.
- June 27, 1934: Hokusei Railway officially renamed Hokusei Electric Railway.
- February 11, 1944: Station falls under the ownership of Sanco following merger.
- February 1, 1964: Station falls under the ownership of Mie Electric Railway after railway division of Sanco splits off and forms separate company.
- April 1, 1965: Station falls under the ownership of Kintetsu following merger.
- March 25, 1977: Platform length extended from 51 m to 61 m.
- March 31, 1978: Platform length extended from 61 m to 71 m
- October 1, 1999: Automatic ticket machine installed. Stations becomes unmanned.
- April 1, 2003: Kintetsu transfers control of Hokusei Line to Sangi Railway. Station falls under the ownership of Sangi.
- March 15, 2004: Free parking lot opens outside of station.
- February 14, 2006: New platform opens.
- March 23, 2006: Second terminal track opens.
- December 1, 2006: New station building opens.
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