Takeda Station (Kyoto)

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Takeda Station
竹田駅
Kintetsu Takeda Station north gate east entrance.jpg
East side
Location Takeda Okenoicho, Fushimi, Kyoto, Kyoto
(京都市伏見区竹田桶ノ井町)
Japan
Coordinates 34°57′24.82″N 135°45′22.01″E / 34.9568944°N 135.7561139°E / 34.9568944; 135.7561139Coordinates: 34°57′24.82″N 135°45′22.01″E / 34.9568944°N 135.7561139°E / 34.9568944; 135.7561139
Operated by Kyoto Municipal Subway
Line(s)
Connections Bus stop
Other information
Station code B05 (Kintetsu)
K15 (Kyoto Municipal Subway)
Website Kintetsu
History
Opened 1928
Previous names Jōnangū-mae (until 1940)
Traffic
Passengers
Location
Takeda Station is located in Kyoto city
Takeda Station
Takeda Station
Location within Kyoto city
Takeda Station is located in Japan
Takeda Station
Takeda Station
Takeda Station (Japan)
Stations between Kyoto and Takeda
Kyoto
Tōji / Kujō
Jūjō / Jūjō
Kamitobaguchi
Kamo River
Kuinabashi
Takeda

Takeda Station (竹田駅, Takeda-eki) is a railway station in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan. The station is managed by Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau which controls the municipal Karasuma Line subway.

Lines

The station is a junction of the following two railway lines:

The station is an intermediate station on the former and the southern terminal station of the latter. The two operators jointly provide through services between the two lines.

Layout

The station has two island platforms and four tracks. This is the sole subway station on the ground level in the Kyoto Subway system while all other stations are located underground.[3]

Platforms

1  Kintetsu Kyoto Line from Kyoto on the Kintetsu Kyoto Line for Tambabashi, Shin-Tanabe, Yamato-Saidaiji, and Nara
2  Kintetsu Kyoto Line from the Karasuma Line for Tambabashi, Shin-Tanabe, Yamato-Saidaiji, and Nara
3  Karasuma Line for Kyoto (Subway), Shijo, and Kokusaikaikan
4  Kintetsu Kyoto Line for Toji and Kyoto (Kintetsu)

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Kyoto Municipal Subway Karasuma Line (K15)
Kuinabashi (K14) - Fushimi (Local)
Kintetsu Tambabashi (Express)
Kintetsu Kyoto Line
Kamitobaguchi
Kuinabashi (K14, Karasuma Line)
  Local   Fushimi
Tōji   Semi-Express   Kintetsu Tambabashi
Tōji
Kuinabashi (K14, Karasuma Line)
  Express   Kintetsu Tambabashi

History

The station was opened by the Nara Electric Railway (奈良電気鉄道, Nara Denki Tetsudō) as Jōnangūmae Station (城南宮前駅) on November 15, 1928, when the railway started the operation between Kyoto and Momoyamagoryō-mae stations.[4] On April 1, 1940, the station was renamed Takeda Station. The Nara Electric Railway was merged into the Kintetsu Railway on October 1, 1963, so that the station belonged Kintetsu since then.[5][citation needed]

On June 11, 1988, when the extension of the Karasuma Line subway was completed the station was moved to its current site where is about 350 meters north of the original location and was expanded to serve both Kintetsu and subway lines. At this time the station was handed from Kintetsu to the transportation bureau.[citation needed]

See also

References

  1. ^ 第8章 都市施設 [Chapter 8: Urban facilities]. 京都市統計書 [Statistics of Kyoto City] (in Japanese). City of Kyoto. 
  2. ^ "京都市交通事業白書" (in Japanese). Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau. 
  3. ^ "Station Map". Arukumachi KYOTO Route Planner. City of Kyoto. Retrieved 25 December 2017. 
  4. ^ "鉄軌道線の推移 大正15年4月~昭和6年3月" [April 1926 – March 1931] (PDF) (in Japanese). Kintetsu Railway. 
  5. ^ "鉄軌道線の推移 昭和36年4月~昭和47年3月" [April 1961 – March 1972] (PDF) (in Japanese). Kintetsu Railway. 

External links

  • Station Facilities and Service
  • Station Map
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