Shulin Station Entrance
|Location||Shulin, New Taipei
|Distance||40.9 km from Keelung|
|Classification||一等站 (Taiwan Railways Administration level)|
|Opened||August 25, 1901 (original)
September 27, 1997 (present building)
|Passengers||32,748 daily (2014)|
The station has two island platforms and a side platform. The side platform opened on May 3, 2007, but is only rarely used for terminating trains. The cross station-type building allows passengers to buy tickets on the second floor with connections to platforms at ground level. The station is also the origin station for most eastbound trains to Yilan, Hualien, and Taitung.
- August 25, 1901: Opened as "Shulin Dropping Station"
- June 1, 1902: Name changed to "Shulin Stopping Station"
- December 1940: Name changed to "Shulin Station"
- January 1, 1955: Designated as a 2nd level (2nd) station
- January 1, 1966: Designated as a 2nd level (1st) station
- July 1, 1985: Designated as a 1st level station
- July 26, 1994: The old station was demolished. The station was moved into a temporary structure.
- March 14, 1997: Shulin Yard begins operations. The Eastern Line terminus is shifted from Banqiao to Shulin.
- September 27, 1997: The new cross-station type building opens.
- May 3, 2007: The third platform opens.
- June 20, 2008: The Taipei-Shulin segment begins trials with payment using the EasyCard.
- July 2009: A lunchbox counter opens on Platform 2.
- March 26, 2010: EasyCard usage officially begins.
|1||1A||■ Western Line (southbound)||toward Taichung, Kaohsiung|
|■ West Coast Line (northbound)||terminus|
|2||1B||■ West Coast Line (southbound)||toward Taichung, Kaohsiung|
|3||2A||■ West Coast Line (northbound)||toward Taipei, Keelung|
|4||2B||■ Western Line (northbound)||toward Taipei, Keelung|
|■ Eastern Line (southbound)||toward Hualien, Taitung, Kaohsiung (via the South-Link Line)|
|■ Eastern Line (northbound)||terminus|
|5||■ Linkou Line (north/southbound)||shunting|
|7||3||■ Eastern Line (north/southbound)||terminus|
Around the Station
- Shulin City Office
- Shulin Baoan Temple
- Shulin Junior High School
- Shuren School of Home Economics (Private)
- Shulin Datong Science Park (formerly Shulin Winery)
- Banqiao Xikun Junior High School
- Shulin High School
|Preceding station||Taiwan Railway Administration||Following station|
|West Coast Line||
- "Volume of Passenger and Freight Traffic" (PDF). Taiwan Railway Administration. 2015. Retrieved 2015-05-08.
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