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Shin-Shirakawa Station 新白河駅 Location Prefecture Fukushima (See other stations in Fukushima) City Nishigō History Year opened 1959 Former name Iwaki-Nishigō Station Present name since 1982 Rail services Operator(s) JR East Line(s) Tōhoku Shinkansen, Tōhoku Main Line Shin-Shirakawa Station (新白河駅?) is an East Japan Railway Company (JR East) railway station located in Nishigō, Fukushima, Japan. Lines The station is served by the Tōhoku Shinkansen and Tōhoku Main Line. History The station first opened as Iwaki-Nishigō Station on 7 April 1959. On 23 June 1982, it was renamed Shin-Shirakawa Station coinciding with the opening of the Tōhoku Shinkansen. Adjacent stations v • d • e Stations of the Tōhoku Shinkansen Tōkyō - Ueno - Ōmiya - Oyama - Utsunomiya - Nasushiobara - Shin-Shirakawa - Kōriyama - Fukushima - Shiroishi-Zaō - Sendai - Furukawa - Kurikoma-Kōgen - Ichinoseki - Mizusawa-Esashi - Kitakami - Shin-Hanamaki - Morioka - Iwate-Numakunai - Ninohe - Hachinohe Under Construction (opening December 2010): Shichinohe-Towada - Shin-Aomori Yamagata Shinkansen (branches from Fukushima) Akita Shinkansen (branches from Morioka) v • d • e Stations of the Tōhoku Main Line Ueno to Kuroiso (aka Utsunomiya Line) Ueno - Oku - Akabane - Urawa- Saitama-Shintoshin - Ōmiya - Toro - Higashi-Ōmiya - Hasuda - Shiraoka - Shin-Shiraoka - Kuki - Higashi-Washinomiya - Kurihashi - Koga - Nogi - Mamada - Oyama - Koganei - Jichi-idai - Ishibashi - Suzumenomiya - Utsunomiya - Okamoto - Hōshakuji - Ujiie - Kamasusaka - Kataoka - Yaita - Nozaki - Nishi-Nasuno - Nasushiobara - Kuroiso Kuroiso to Morioka Kuroiso - Takaku - Kurodahara - Toyohara - Shirasaka - Shin-Shirakawa - Shirakawa - Kutano - Izumizaki - Yabuki - Kagamiishi - Sukagawa - Asaka-Nagamori - Kōriyama - Hiwada - Gohyakugawa - Motomiya - Sugita - Nihonmatsu - Adachi - Matsukawa - Kanayagawa - Minami-Fukushima - Fukushima - Higashi-Fukushima - Date - Kōri - Fujita - Kaida - Kosugō - Shiroishi - Higashi-Shiroishi - Kita-Shirakawa - Ōgawara - Funaoka - Tsukinoki - Iwanuma - Tatekoshi - Natori - Minami-Sendai - Taishidō - Nagamachi - Sendai - Higashi-Sendai - Iwakiri - (Shin-Rifu - Rifu) Rikuzen-Sannō - Kokufu-Tagajō - Shiogama - Matsushima - Atago - Shinainuma - Kashimadai - Matsuyama-Machi - Kogota - Tajiri - Semine - Umegasawa - Nitta - Ishikoshi - Yushima - Hanaizumi - Shimizuhara - Arikabe - Ichinoseki - Yamanome - Hiraizumi - Maesawa - Rikuchū-Orii - Mizusawa - Kanegasaki - Rokuhara - Kitakami - Murasakino - Hanamaki - Hanamaki Airport - Ishidoriya - Hizume - Shiwachūō - Furudate - Yahaba - Iwate-Iioka - Senbokuchō - Morioka Morioka to Hachinohe Discontinued as JR line. Connection is provided via Tōhoku Shinkansen and Iwate Ginga Railway–Aoimori Railway lines. Hachinohe to Aomori Hachinohe - Hachinohe Freight Terminal - Mutsu-Ichikawa - Shimoda - Mukaiyama - Misawa - Kogawara - Kamikitachō - Ottomo - Chibiki - Noheji - Karibasawa - Shimizugawa - Kominato - Nishi-Hiranai - Asamushi-Onsen - Nonai - Yadamae - Koyanagi - Higashi-Aomori - Aomori Coordinates: 37°07′24″N 140°11′20″E / 37.123199°N 140.188766°E / 37.123199; 140.188766 This Fukushima Prefecture railroad station-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e