Takamatsu Station (Kagawa)

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Takamatsu Station
高松駅
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Takamatsu Station in May 2015
Location
Prefecture Kagawa
(See other stations in Kagawa)
City Takamatsu
Neighborhood 1-20 Hamano-chō
Postal code 760-0011
Address in Japanese 香川県高松市浜ノ町1番20号
Coordinates 34°21′03″N 134°02′47″E / 34.350781°N 134.046472°E / 34.350781; 134.046472Coordinates: 34°21′03″N 134°02′47″E / 34.350781°N 134.046472°E / 34.350781; 134.046472
History
Opened 21 February, 1897
Rail services
Station number(s) Y00 (Yosan Line • T28 (Kotoku Line)
Operator(s) Shikoku Railway Company
Line(s) Yosan Line
Kotoku Line
Statistics 12,621 passengers/day (FY2009)
Bus Major bus terminal(s) attached to the station

Takamatsu Station (高松駅 Takamatsu-eki?) is a railway station on the Yosan and Kōtoku lines in Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan. It is operated by Shikoku Railway Company (JR Shikoku).

The station is the terminus of the Yosan Line and the Kōtoku Line.

Ground-level platforms[edit]

1・2 Kotoku Line Ritsurin, Shido, Sanbommatsu, Tokushima
3 Limited Express Uzushio Ritsurin, Shido, Sanbommatsu, Tokushima
Kotoku Line Ritsurin, Shido, Sanbommatsu, Tokushima
4 Yosan Line Dosan Line (direct) Sakaide, Utazu, Tadotsu, Kanonji, Kotohira
5 Limited Express Uzushio Utazu・Kojima, Okayama
Rapid Marine Liner Sakaide, Kojima, Chayamachi, Okayama
Yosan Line Dosan Line (Local) Sakaide, Tadotsu, Kotohira
6 Limited Express Shimanto Kotohira, Awa-IkedaKochi
Rapid Marine Liner Sakaide, Kojima, Chayamachi Station, Okayama
Yosan Line Dosan Line (direct) Sakaide, Tadotsu, Kanonji, Kotohira
7 Limited Express Ishizuchi Kan'onji, Iyo-Saijō, Matsuyama, Uwajima
Yosan Line Dosan Line (direct) Sakaide, Tadotsu, Kanonji, Kotohira
8 Limited Express Shimanto Kotohira, Awa-ikeda, Kochi, Nakamura
Yosan Line Dosan Line (direct) Sakaide, Tadotsu, Kanonji, Kotohira
Rapid Marine Liner Sakaide, Kojima, Chayamachi Station, Okayama
9 Yosan Line Dosan Line (direct) Sakaide, Tadotsu, Kanonji, Kotohira
Overnight Limited Express Sleeper Sunrise Seto Okayama, Osaka, Tokyo

History[edit]

The station opened on 21 February 1897. With the privatization of JNR on 1 April 1987, the station came under the control of JR Shikoku.

Surrounding area[edit]

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