|Gochi Station (2009)|
(See other stations in Mie)
|Neighborhood etc.||Isobe-cho Gochi 46-9|
|Statistics||15 passengers/day (FY2010)|
Gochi Station opened on July 23, 1929 as a station on the Shima Electric Railway. The line was one of six private companies consolidated into Mie Kotsu by order of the Japanese government on February 11, 1944. When Mie Kotsu dissolved on February 1, 1964, the station became part of the Mie Electric Railway, which was then acquired by Kintetsu on April 1, 1965.
Gochi Station has a two opposed side platforms. The station is unattended.
|1||■Kintetsu Shima Line||for Shima-Isobe, Ugata and Kashikojima|
|2||■Kintetsu Shima Line||for Toba, Nagoya, Osaka Namba and Kyoto|
|Kintetsu Shima Line|
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- (Japanese) Kintetsu: Gochi Station
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