Senzu Station

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Senzu Station
千頭駅
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Senzu Station
Location Senzu, Kawanehon, Haibara, Shizuoka
(静岡県 榛原郡川根本町千頭)
Japan
Operated by Ōigawa Railway
Line(s) Ōigawa Main Line
History
Opened 1931

Senzu Station (千頭駅 Senzu-eki?) is a railway station Kawanehon, Haibara District, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It is the terminal station for the Ōigawa Main Line and the Ikawa Line, and is operated by the Ōigawa Railway.

Station history[edit]

Senzu Station was one of the original stations of the Ōigawa Main Line, and was opened on December 1, 1931.

Lines[edit]

Layout[edit]

Senzu Station is a major station with a bay platform for six tracks, only 2 of which are in regular use. The station building is also a local department store. The station retains a manually operated turntable for use by the line’s steam locomotives, but this is no longer operational. The station also maintains a small museum pertaining to the line’s steam locomotive operations.

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Ōigawa Railway
Ōigawa Main Line
Suruga-Tokuyama   SL Express   Terminus
Sakidaira   Local   Terminus
Ikawa Line
Terminus - Kawane-Ryōgoku


External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°06′28″N 138°08′12″E / 35.1077709°N 138.1365967°E / 35.1077709; 138.1365967