With No Entrance or Exit, a Train Station Designed Solely as a Lookout Spot


the new Seiryū-Miharashi Station, which opened on March 19, 2019 | images courtesy Nishikagawa Railway

 

The Nishikigawa Railway in Iwakuni (Yamaguchi Prefecture) is a local train that runs along the Nishiki River for roughly 33 km, or about 20 miles. Last week, on March 19, the operator opened its newest train station along the line. But the new Seiryū-Miharashi Station is seemingly missing a few key elements of a train station. It has no ticket booth, no entrance and no exit. In fact, it is impossible to even get to, unless you get off there from the train.

Source: With No Entrance or Exit, a Train Station Designed Solely as a Lookout Spot

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