Entrance to Nishi-Miyoshi Station.
(See other stations in Hiroshima)
|Opened||June 1, 1915|
|Former name||Miyoshi Station|
|Present name since||1954|
Nishi-Miyoshi Station (西三次駅 Nishi-miyoshi-eki?) is a JR West Geibi Line station located in Nishi 4-chōme, Tōkaichi, Miyoshi, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The station was originally opened to serve those on the north bank of the Saijō River in the former Miyoshi-machi in Futami District. Formerly named "Miyoshi Station," it is located near the Tomoe Bridge.
- 1915-06-01: Miyoshi Station opens
- 1954-11-10: The station is renamed Nishi-Miyoshi Station
- 1987-04-01: Japan National Railways is privatized, and Nishi-Miyoshi Station becomes a JR West station
Station building and platforms
Nishi-Miyoshi Station features one raised, island-style platform served by two tracks. The station formerly handled freight from the adjoining fertilizer factory, and it still has multiple sidings built to handle the extra trains. While Nishi-Miyoshi was formerly a privately contracted station, it is now unmanned. The station building is an old wooden building with a tile roof.
- Miyoshi Municipal Awaya Elementary
- Iwawaki Kofun (a burial mound)
- Gōno River
- Miyoshi Country Club Golf Course
All lines are JR West lines.
- (Japanese) JR West