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Amarube Railroad Bridge, Sorano Eki

1861-2 Nawate, Amarube, Kasumiku, Kami-cho, Mikata-gun 669-6671, Hyogo Prefecture
+81 796-36-0028
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Amarube Viaduct railway bridge, Hygo

One of the highest train station location in Japan . The original steel trestle bridge opened in... read more

Reviewed August 22, 2016
Tanong P
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Bangkok, Thailand
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Aug 22, 2016
“Amarube Viaduct railway bridge, Hygo”
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1861-2 Nawate, Amarube, Kasumiku, Kami-cho, Mikata-gun 669-6671, Hyogo Prefecture
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Reviewed August 22, 2016

One of the highest train station location in Japan . The original steel trestle bridge opened in 1912, when there was the accident on December 28, 1986 then was replaced with the current reinforced concrete bridge and started operation again in 2010.

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