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Seibu Ikebukuro Line train station entrance at Ikebukuro, Tokyo. It takes about 90 min. from Ikebukuro to Yokoze Station via Tokkyu express train. Cheaper trains take 2 hours.
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Ohmi Railways Toyosato Station. MAP
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Inside Toyosato Station.
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Toyosato Station platform.
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Ohmi Railways Amago Station, Kora town's only train station. It is parallel to the shinkansen bullet train tracks on the left.
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Ohmi Railways Amago Station platform. The station building (community house) can be seen ahead on the left.
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The Amago Station building is called the Amago Community House. Built in Nov. 2003, it's still quite new, but looks under used.
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Entering Ohmi Railways Amago Station which is also a community house.
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Inside Ohmi Railways Amago Station
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Ohmi Railways Amago Station front view. 尼子駅
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Ohmi Railways Amago Station side view
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Ohmi Railways train near Amago Station. Also see my YouTube video here.
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Ohmi Railways Echigawa Station. The station building, named Ruburu Echigawa, has a tourist information counter and exhibition gallery.
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Ohmi Railways Echigawa Station platform.
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Ohmi Railways Echigawa Station platform.
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Ohmi Railways train at Echigawa Station.
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Parallel to Echigawa Station is the elevated shinkansen tracks.
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Ohmi Railways Echigawa Station
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Ohmi Railways Echigawa Station platform.
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Railway crossing
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Ohmi Railway track
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Ohmi Railway track
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Ohmi Railways Museum at Hikone Station east exit.
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Ohmi Railways trains on display
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Inside Ohmi Railways Museum, a pantograph
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Ohmi Railways Museum display panels
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Inside Ohmi Railways Museum, rail gauges.
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Hikoneguchi Station on the Ohmi Railways. 彦根口駅
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Hikoneguchi Station on the Ohmi Railways first opened in 1901 and renamed Hikoneguchi in 1917. 彦根口駅
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Hikoneguchi Station.
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Hikoneguchi Station platform.
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Hikoneguchi Station platform.
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Hikoneguchi Station platform for Kibukawa.
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Hikoneguchi Station building.
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Hikoneguchi Station turnstile.
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Inside Hikoneguchi Station.
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Inside Hikoneguchi Station with turnstile visible.
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Inside Hikoneguchi Station with turnstile visible.
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Long bench inside Hikoneguchi Station.
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Train for Maibara at Ohmi Railways Hikoneguchi Station.
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Hikone Serikawa Station. ひこね芹川駅
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Ohmi Railways Taga Taisha-mae Station. The shrine is a 10-min. walk from this station. 近江鉄道 多賀大社前駅 MAP
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Exhibition space inside Taga Taisha-mae Station. Also good as a waiting room.
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When there's no exhibition inside Taga Taisha-mae Station, it's a nice waiting room.
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Taga Taisha-mae Station's waiting room also has a showcase of ema prayer tablets from various shrines.
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Taga Taisha-mae Station's waiting room also has a showcase of ema prayer tablets from various shrines.
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Taga Taisha-mae Station platform and Ohmi Railways train.
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Inside Ohmi Railways train.
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On the ceiling of Taga Taisha-mae Station, there are sparrow (or are they swallows?) bird nests. This one had chicks waiting for its mother.
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Here's the mother flying in to feed her young.
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This was in May, and these birds often make nests in train station and even public restrooms where people often come and go. The people protect them from predators such as crows. And their nests are too high for people to reach.
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Some kind of new monument in front of the train station.
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Ohmi Railways Yokaichi Station. A modern ferro-concrete building was completed in June 1998 to replace the old wooden building.
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Ohmi Railways Yokaichi Station 近江鉄道八日市駅
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Mural at Ohmi Railways Yokaichi Station
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Chokotto bus ちょこっとバス
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A kite hangs inside the airy pyramid roof of the station building.
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View from station window. The area in front of the station is now lined with shops like Heiwado department store.
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Ohmi Railways train at Yokaichi Station.
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Kite decoration on mailbox outside the station.
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Old Yokaichi Station. My first picture of Yokaichi, before this old station was torn down in 1997. I had to change trains at Yokaichi Station on the Omi Railway Line and had time to step out and take this picture. 旧八日市駅It was a small station, but the wooden building looked quite charming. There was nothing in front of the station, just a large paved area. A far cry from what it looks like today. Power/telephone lines are also underground, making the streets look clean and attractive. A dramatic change since the last time I passed through in 1991.
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The Yokaichi Station building was replaced by a new building in 1998. March 1, 1997 was the last day when the old station building was used before it was torn down. Omi Railways issued this commemorative ticket to mark the occasion.The drawing of the station and my photograph look almost exactly the same. The same advertising and billboards are on the building. Even the vending machines on the left are pictured in both.
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Shin-Yokaichi Station on the Ohmi Railway, the stop before Yokaichi Station terminal.
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Train going to Omi-Hachiman from Shin-Yokaichi Station.
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Shin-Yokaichi Station is a Western-style, two-story wooden building built in 1913. The second floor is closed to the public due to old age. It originally housed the Konan Railway company’s head office (湖南鉄道).
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Konan Railway originally operated the railway between Yokaichi and Omi-Hachiman before it merged with another company that later merged with Ohmi Railways.
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Tourists don’t normally get off at this station since most attractions are at the next stop, Yokaichi Station.
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Toilet
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Turnstile
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Inside Shin-Yokaichi Station.
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Love the inside of Shin-Yokaichi Station.
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Train ticket window is manned only in the mroning.
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Waiting room inside Shin-Yokaichi Station.
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I wonder how old these benches are. Older than my mom perhaps.
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Ceiling light.
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Wish we could go up to the 2nd floor.
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Shin-Yokaichi Station looks brown from the sides, but it's green on the front.
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Amazing that this station is still being used. I figure its days are numbered though.
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Roof needs repair.
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Looks like no one will repair this building.
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Nature trying to reclaim its place.
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Signs of age in many places, but it adds to the rustic charm.
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Hirata Station on the Ohmi Railways.
     
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