Yamamoto Station (Hyōgo)
Station building, October 2015
|Operated by||Hankyu Corporation|
|Line(s)||Hankyu Takarazuka Line|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||March 10, 1910|
Two side platforms serve a track each on the first floor. Ticket gates are located under the ground level.
|1||■ Takarazuka Line||for Takarazuka, Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi, Imazu and Kōbe|
|2||■ Takarazuka Line||for Ōsaka (Umeda), Minoo, Kyōto and Kita-Senri|
The station opened on March 10, 1910, the day the Takarazuka Line started operation. Hirai Station opened October 23 the same year. On September 1, 1944, two stations were merged to a new station facility under the station name Yamamoto. The name Hirai was however retained in parentheses in response to the local community's request.
|Hibarigaoka-Hanayashiki (HK-51)||Local||Nakayama-kannon (HK-53)|
|Hibarigaoka-Hanayashiki (HK-51)||Semi-Express (Umeda-bound only)||Nakayama-kannon (HK-53)|
|Hibarigaoka-Hanayashiki (HK-51)||Express||Nakayama-kannon (HK-53)|
- Yamamoto Station (Hankyu Railway) (in Japanese)
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