|The east entrance of Nagahama Station|
(See other stations in Shiga)
|Line(s)||Hokuriku Main Line|
Between 1991 and 2006, the station was the dividing point of electrification systems (south of the station, including the station, was 1500 V DC and north was 20,000 V AC) so that all regional trains from Osaka and Kyoto using DC-only electric multiple units terminated at this station. In 2006 the DC zone was extended to Tsuruga Station, but there still exist some terminating trains at Nagahama.
The earlier station, built 1882, is now preserved as a museum (The Old Nagahama Station Museum), and is the oldest preserved railroad station in Japan.
|1||■Biwako Line (Hokuriku Main Line)||■Special Rapid ・■Local||for Maibara・Kyōto・Ōsaka|
|■Limited Express Shirasagi||for Maibara・Gifu・Nagoya|
|2||■Hokuriku Main Line||■Special Rapid・■Local||for Ōmi-Shiotsu・Tsuruga・Fukui|
|■Limited Express Shirasagi||for Kanazawa・Toyama・Wakuraonsen|
|3||■Hokuriku Main Line||■Local||for Ōmi-Shiotsu・Tsuruga|
|4||■Biwako Line (Hokuriku Main Line)||■Special Rapid・■Local
|■Hokuriku Main Line||■Local||for Ōmi-Shiotsu・Tsuruga|
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- Nagahama Station (JR Odekake Net) (Japanese)