Gakunan-Enoo Station

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Gakunan-Enoo Station
岳南江尾駅
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Gakunan-Enoo Station
Location Enoo 143-2, Fuji, Shizuoka
(静岡県富士市江尾143-2)
Japan
Operated by Gakunan Electric Train
Line(s) Gakunan Railway Line
History
Opened 1953

Gakunan-Enoo Station (岳南江尾駅?, Gakunan-Enoo-eki) is the terminal train station on the Gakunan Railway Line in Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.

Station history[edit]

Gakunan-Enoo Station was opened on January 20, 1953. Initial plans to extend the Gakunan Line to Numazu were never realized, and the station remains the final terminus of the Gakunan line.

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Layout[edit]

Gakunan-Enoo Station is an unmanned station with a bay platform serving two tracks. The wooden station building has no ticket machine, and is located in an isolated industrial area with no stores, houses or even vending machines within close walking distance. The nearest factory is operated by UCC Ueshima Coffee Co.

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Gakunan Railway Line
Kamiya - Terminus

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Coordinates: 35°09′19″N 138°45′05″E / 35.1553°N 138.7515°E / 35.1553; 138.7515