Blitar railway station

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Blitar Station
COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Post- en telegraafkantoor en spoorwegstation TMnr 60044990.jpg
Blitar Station in the 1920s. The telegraph office on the left is still there, but it is now used as a post office.
LocationBlitar, East Java
Indonesia
Coordinates8°06′05″S 112°09′47″E / 8.10139°S 112.16306°E / -8.10139; 112.16306Coordinates: 8°06′05″S 112°09′47″E / 8.10139°S 112.16306°E / -8.10139; 112.16306
Owned byPT Kereta Api Indonesia
Line(s)Kertosono to Bangil line
Platforms1 side platform and 2 island platforms
Tracks5
Construction
ParkingAvailable
Other information
Station codeBL
History
Opened1882[1]
Rebuilt1950s

Blitar Station is a railway station in Blitar, East Java, Indonesia. It was opened in 1882 by the Dutch East Indies government, making it one of the oldest railway station in East Java.[1][2] There are locomotive depot (still used) and ex-turntable at this station.[2]

Destinations[edit]

The railway services that stopped at this station:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Bupati Blitar dari Masa ke Masa". Kabupaten Blitar (in Indonesian). 23 February 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Blitar: Stasiun Antik Berumur 130 Tahun", Majalah KA, June 2007[full citation needed]