The Zhuifen-Chenggong Ticket was a hot sale because of the station names composition has a lucky meaning "Pursue to Success".
The station was opened on 15 May 1905.
|1||1A||■Western Line (Southward)||To Changhua、Douliu、Chiayi|
|2||1B||■Western Line (Northward)||To Taichung、Fengyuan、Miaoli、Hsinchu|
|3||2A||■Western Line（Southward trains pass）||To Changhua、Douliu、Chiayi direction|
|■Western Line（Northward trains pass）||To Taichung、Fengyuan、Miaoli、Hsinchu|
(Going northward, and passing through Chengjhuei Line to Coastal line)
（Going southward, and passing through Chengjhuei Line to Coast line）
|To Taichung、Fengyuan, Houli|
As a minor station, Chenggong Station is primarily serviced by Local Trains (區間車). A few times per day a Chu-Kuang Express (莒光號) or a Tzu-Chiang Limited Express (自強號) stops at the station.
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