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Shiomibashi Station
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Shiomibashi Station having lost the function as the terminal depends on advancement and Koya railway of Koya Line having amalgamated with Nankai electric railway. The tie line from Koya Line to the Nankai Line Namba district is set up in Kishinosato Station (present Kishinosato-Tamade Station). Most trains of the Koya Line are changed to Nankai Namba Station arrival and departure that was near the center part in Osaka at this time, and, as a result, it can be said that the function as the door entrance of Shiomibashi Station was lost in 1925.
Copyright: Yasuhiro Muranaka
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Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 20/07/2010
Updated: 25/08/2014
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