Ku Shirataki Railway Station, Hokkaido, Japan

Ku Shirataki Railway Station, Hokkaido, Japan This train station in Japan for years has worked only for a single passenger. Japan is known for its high-speed trains, which never late, but what is their commitment to the passengers tells an unusual case from the island of Hokkaido. At the station Ku Shirataki on the island for years waiting for the train, only one passenger Kana Harada, due to this line of trains and stations in general and survive. The train was passing by only 2 times a day, when she goes to school and when he returned. The station was opened on February 11. 1947 and closed on 25 March. 2016, after the student graduated. This station is the last few years worked only for girls to be able to regularly attend school


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