Barker Road stop
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Aerial view of Barker Road station in 2007
|Location||the Peak, Central and Western District|
|Elevation||363 metres (1,191 ft)|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Opened||30 May 1888|
Barker Road (Chinese: 白加道) is an intermediate station on the Peak Tram funicular railway line, and is located on Barker Road in the Peak, Central and Western District, Hong Kong, 363 metres (1,191 ft) above sea level. The station opened in 1888 along with the tramline. Barker Road itself passes under the tramway at the uphill end of the station on a bridge.
The station comprises a single platform on the western side of the single track. Barker Road is the only intermediate station to have a 'proper' station building, with a concrete roof covering the platform and track. All other stations only have a small shelter on the platform.
Because the station is located in a high-income residential area, where most residents own a car, its patronage is relatively low. The station is a request stop at which tram cars will stop only if passengers have pressed the request button inside the tramcar or at the station. This facility is not offered during Sundays and Statutory Holidays, due to the increased demand on the tramway as a whole. No ticketing equipment is provided on the platform.
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