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Remains of Atago Station

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Hidden : 05/28/2015
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A small cache is hidden at the remains of Atago Station. Please carry out the work carefully.


You can access the ruins freely, but there are no safety measures basically. Please be careful. In addition, you can go up to the rooftop by roof ladder at the north side of the second floor.


Atagoyama Railway
Atagoyama Railway was a railroad company that, before the war, managed a flat railway line that ran from Arashiyama Station (operated by Keifuku Electric Railway and located in present-day Ukyo Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture) to Kiyotaki Station, as well as a cable car line (funicular railway) that ran from Kiyotakigawa Station to Atago Station. During the period from 1929 to 1944, the trains of Atagoyama Railway would depart from and arrive at this station for people making pilgrimages to Atago-jinja Shrine, located on Mt. Atago.
At the present time, the Atago Station building, however, is in a state of near collapse, with two out of the six tunnels inside heavily damaged and in a dangerous condition.

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