Kintetsu Miyazu Station
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The station has an island platform and four tracks.
|2||■ Kyoto Line (Kintetsu)||for Shin-Hōsono, Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri, Kashiharajingū-mae, Yoshino and Ōsaka Namba|
|3||■ Kyoto Line (Kintetsu)||for Shin-Tanabe, Tambabashi, Kyōto and Kyōto Kokusaikaikan|
Tracks 1 and 4 are used for passing trains.
- 1993-03-18 - Miyamaki Signal Box opens to serve new Miyazu Train Yard
- 1993-09-21 - Miyamaki Signal Box become a passenger station named Kintetsu Miyazu Station
|Kyoto Line (Kintetsu)|
|Express (Trains arriving at Shin-Hosono): Does not stop at this station|
|Miyamaki||Express (Terminating at Miyazu)||Terminus|
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