|Location||Fangliao Village, No. 18, Chuyun Rd.
|Distance||61.3 km from Kaohsiung|
|Classification||三等站 (Taiwan Railways Administration level)|
|Opened||December 15, 1941|
Fangliao Station (Chinese: 枋寮車站; pinyin: Fāngliáo Chēzhàn) is a railway station of the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) at the junction of the Pingtung Line and the South-Link Line. It is located in Fangliao Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan.
The station has two island platforms. It is a class three station.
- December 15, 1941: The station opened as a terminal station of the Western Line.
- August 1943: The section between Linjian and Fangliao was removed due to war.
- January 16, 1953: A new station opened.
- December 16, 1991: The South-Link Line (which extends from this station) opens with a ceremony at the station.
- January 15, 1992: The South-Link Line opens for temporary service.
- October 5, 1992: The South-Link Line fully opens for service, thus completing a complete rail network loop around Taiwan.
Around the station
- Fangliao Township downtown
- Fangliao F3 Art District
- Fangliao Township Office
- Fangliao Fishing Area
- Pingtung County Police Department, Fangliao Branch
- Fangliao High School
- Bus transfer stations
|Preceding station||Taiwan Railway Administration||Following station|
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