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冬山火車站第一月台 First platform of Dongshan train station

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宜蘭縣的冬山車站在2004年鐵路架高、重建,由大藏聯合建築事務所設計。以現代的鋼骨、薄膜材料交織出極具現代感的弧形曲線,遠處看便是一座大型的瓜棚,也順應當地冬山舊名「冬瓜山」,也是宜蘭最美的火車站,甚至有人認為是全台最美的火車站。
這張環景中,在東側的遠處大約兩公里外、廟的旁邊可以看到國道五號在經過東山河的架高路段。右側的拱橋則是在更遠(4.2公里)的地方,是宜蘭著名的利澤簡橋。再更右側、高壓電塔旁邊像山狀的其實是位在宜蘭外海,大約30公里外的龜山島

維基百科─龜山島 http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/龜山島
維基百科─冬山河 http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/冬山河
大藏聯合建築事務所:http://www.archit.com.tw/02.php
冬山火車站。http://service.tra.gov.tw/Dongshan/StatonTimeTable/index.aspx


Dongshan train station in YiLan county was rebuilt due to elevation construction in 2004. It was designed by D.Z Architects & Associates. By using modern steel and film to weave curves that looks very modern. It looks like a giant melon-fram from a distance. And also respond to the original local name: Chinese watermelon mountain. It is regarded as the most beautiful traing station in Yi-Lan, or even in Taiwan.
In the pano rame ,you can see the Flyover section across dongshan river of Expressway NO.5 about 2 kilometers far at Ease side, which you can see beside the temple. An arch bridge at its right is the famous Li-zheg-Chian bridge, located 4.2 KM away.  And far more right, you can see a mountain like land is actually Guishan Island on the Yi-Lan's outer sea, which is 30 kilometer away from here.

WIKI Guishan Island http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guishan_Island
Taiwan railway: http://service.tra.gov.tw/en/

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