Qidu railway station

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Qidu

七堵
Taiwan Railways Administration
TRA railway station
TRA Qidu Station west side 20161126.jpg
Station exterior
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese七堵
General information
Location2-1 Dongxin St
Qidu District, Keelung
Taiwan
Coordinates25°05′35″N 121°42′50″E / 25.0931°N 121.7140°E / 25.0931; 121.7140Coordinates: 25°05′35″N 121°42′50″E / 25.0931°N 121.7140°E / 25.0931; 121.7140
Line(s)
Distance6.0 km to Keelung[1]
ConnectionsLocal bus
Construction
Structure typeGround level
Other information
Station codeA03 (statistical)
ClassificationFirst class (Chinese: 一等)[2]
Websitewww.railway.gov.tw/cidu (in Chinese)
History
Opened1891-10-20[3][4]
Rebuilt2013-10-25[5]
Key dates
1973-04Rebuilt
Traffic
Passengers (2017)4.333 million per year[6]Increase 1.66%
Rank30 out of 228
Services
Preceding station Taiwan Railways Administration Taiwan Railways Following station
Badu
towards Keelung
West Coast line Baifu
towards Kaohsiung
Location
Qidu is located in Taiwan
Qidu
Qidu
Location within Taiwan

Qidu (Chinese: 七堵; pinyin: Qīdǔ) is a railway station in Keelung, Taiwan served by Taiwan Railways.

History[edit]

The station was opened in 1891, during Qing rule. It serves the area of Qidu. It is now the origin station for most of the southbound trains on the West Coast line, after the new station was completed in 2007.

Around the station[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "各站營業里程-1.西部幹線". Taiwan Railways Administration (in Chinese). 11 December 2008. Retrieved 1 September 2018.
  2. ^ "車站數-按等級別分" (PDF). Taiwan Railways Administration (in Chinese). Retrieved 30 October 2018.
  3. ^ Lee, Yung-chang (April 2017). A Living Landmark (PDF). Taipei, Taiwan: Taiwan Railways Administration, MOTC. ISBN 978-986-05-1933-4. Retrieved 31 August 2018.
  4. ^ "桃園縣縣定古蹟龜崙嶺鐵道橋遺構調查研究暨修復計畫". Department of Cultural Affairs (in Chinese). Retrieved 4 September 2018.
  5. ^ "車站簡介". Taiwan Railways Administration (in Chinese). 11 December 2008. Retrieved 12 September 2018.
  6. ^ "臺鐵統計資訊". Taiwan Railways Administration (in Chinese). Retrieved 1 September 2018.

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