Moshiri Station

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Moshiri Station (茂尻駅 Moshiri-eki?) is an unstaffed railway station in Akabira, Hokkaidō, Japan.[1] It is served by local and rapid trains running on the Furano to Takikawa section of JR Hokkaido's Nemuro Main Line. The station code is T24.

First opened as a coal-handling facility on 28 December 1918, Moshiri became a full passenger station on 15 July 1926. The facilities today consist of a double-sided island platform connected by a pedestrian overbridge to a station building located on the northern side of the line.

This article incorporates information taken from the Japanese-language Wikipedia article 茂尻駅.

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  1. ^ Other railway stations located in Akabira city are Akabira and Hiragishi.

Coordinates: 43°32′14″N 142°04′56″E / 43.5372°N 142.0821°E / 43.5372; 142.0821