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Nishi-Kajima Station 西鹿島駅 Nishi-Kajima Station Location Prefecture Shizuoka (See other stations in Shizuoka) City Hamamatsu Ward Tenryū Neighborhood etc. Nishi-Kashima Postal Code 431 - 3312 (in Japanese) 静岡県 浜松市天竜区二俣町南鹿島 History Year opened 1909 Rail services Operator(s) Tenryū Hamanako Railroad Enshū Railway Line(s) Tenryū Hamanako Line Enshū Railway Line Nishi-Kajima Station (西鹿島駅, Nishi-Kajima-eki?) is a train station on the Tenryū Hamanako Line and the Enshū Railway Line in Tenryū-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan Contents 1 Station history 2 Lines 3 Layout 4 Adjacent stations // Station history Nishi-Kashima Station was established on December 6, 1909 as the Kashima Station (鹿島駅, Kashima-eki?) on the Nippon-kido (大日本軌道?) Kashima-line. In 1943, as part of the wartime nationalization and consolidation of private railways, this line became part of the Enshū Railway Line. On April 1, 1923, the station was renamed Enshū-Futamata Station (遠州二俣駅, Enshū-Futamata-eki?), and (after coming under control of the Japan National Railway organization on March 1, 1938, was moved approximately 400 meters to the south, and given its present name. On June 1, 1940, the Japan National Railway’s Futamata Line was extended from Enshū-Mori Station to Kanasashi Station, with an intermediate stop at Nishi-Kashima Station. Scheduled freight services were discontinued from June 1970. Lines Tenryū Hamanako Railroad Tenryū Hamanako Line Enshū Railway Enshū Railway Line Layout Nishi-Kashima Station was two opposed side platforms for the Enshū Railway Line and a single side platform for the Tenryū Hamanako Line. All platforms are connected by an underpass. The Tenryū Hamanako Line line originally had two platforms, one of which was used primarily for freight services. This platform was destroyed when the Enshū Line repair works were relocated to Nishi-Kashima Station from Enshū-Nishigasaki Station on December 23 , 1977 Adjacent stations « Service » Tenryū Hamanako Railroad Tenryū Hamanako Line Futamata-Hommachi - Gansuiji Enshū Railway Enshū Railway Line Enshū-Gansuiji - Terminus v • d • e Stations of the Tenryū Hamanako Railroad Tenryū Hamanako Line Kakegawa • Kakegawa-shiyakusho-mae • Nishi-Kakegawa • Sakuragi • Ikoinohiroba • Hosoya • Haranoya • Harada • Towata • Enshū-Mori • Enden • Tōtōmi-Ichinomiya • Shikiji • Toyooka • Kaminobe • Tenryū-Futamata • Futamata-Hommachi • Nishi-Kajima • Gansuiji • Miyaguchi • Fruits Park • Miyakoda • Hamamatsudaigakumae • Kanasashi • Kigakōkōmae • Kiga • Nishi-Kiga • Sunza • Hamanako-Sakume • Higashi-Tsuzuki • Tsuzuki • Mikkabi • Okuhamanako • Ona • Chibata • Ōmori • Asumomae • Shinjohara v • d • e Stations of the Enshū Railway Line Shin-Hamamatsu • Dai-Ichi-dōri • Enshū-Byōin • Hachiman • Sukenobu • Enshū-Hikuma • Enshū-Kamijima • Jidōsha-Gakkō-Mae • Saginomiya • Sekishi • Enshū-Nishigasaki • Enshū-Komatsu • Hamakita • Misono-Chūō-kōen • Enshū-Kobayashi • Enshū-Shibamoto • Enshū-Gansuiji • Nishi-Kajima Coordinates: 34°50′48″N 137°48′30″E / 34.8467405°N 137.8082407°E / 34.8467405; 137.8082407 This Shizuoka Prefecture railroad station-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e