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Taiwan Railways Kaohsiung Station
Kaohsiung
The temporary TRA station is a three-level aboveground station connected by elevated walkways between train platforms. It is divided into front and back stations. At ground level, there are four island platforms and twelve tracks (previously thirteen tracks). Eight of the tracks are aligned with platforms. (from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaohsiung_Station)
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