Ieyama Station, February 2005
|Location||Kawane-cho, Ieyama Oshima-shinchi, Shimada, Shizuoka
|Operated by||Ōigawa Railway|
|Line(s)||Ōigawa Main Line|
Ieyama Station (家山駅? Ieyama-eki) is an railway station in Shimada, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, on the Ōigawa Main Line. It is operated by the Ōigawa Railway. Its location was formerly the town of Kawane, which was merged into Shimada in 2008.
Ieyama Station was one of the original stations of the Ōigawa Main Line, and was opened on December 1, 1929.
Ieyama Station is a manned station with a single island platform, with two headshunts on either side. The rustic wooden station building is popular with photographers who come to shoot the steam locomotives on the line. It was also used as a location for a number of movies, including Otoko wa Tsurai yo.
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