Kaohsiung, Dagou Railway Story Hall. Story hall used to be called parking lot. In Meiji era, in Japan, parking lot was called railway station. There was a shadow of old railway station in the hall. Here is a lovely station master. Haha, I want to drag my iron box around the world.
Doggy Railway Story Museum, "Doggy Hitting" is actually the old name of Kaohsiung. As its name implies, it is a showroom that tells the history of Kaohsiung Railway. It is convenient for Xiziwan MRT station to come out. There is no charge for admission and free of charge. The Museum retains the appearance of the old station, as well as the railway reference room, which displays the railway bulletin since 1951 and the railway books and materials provided by the Railway Cultural Association and researchers. All the furnishings, tables and chairs show the scene of the station clerk's office. The glass cabinet also contains the hats and uniforms of railway workers. It's a little sad to savor these old things carefully. There are also old steam trains on the lawn beside the railway hall for tourists to take photos. Out of the Railway Pavilion, you can also take "Hama Star Culture Bus" to visit various scenic spots in Kaohsiung City, which is very convenient. Come to Kaohsiung and feel it.
Doggy Railway Story Hall with many stories about small stations looks at old-fashioned trains. The parks made by railway are beautiful and nostalgic. From the Japanese era of railway steam locomotives, low-type platforms, Japanese era wooden tables and so on. It's just why barking big dogs is a little confusing.
On the way to Gushan, Gushan District, Gushan District, Kaohsiung, the Dagong Railway Story Museum was changed from the office of Lao Kaohsiung Station to the Story Museum, which did not need admission tickets to visit for free. There are many models of information tickets and trains in the history of Kaohsiung Railway in the Story Museum.
It's interesting to see the history of the comic book outside the house. There are postcards and stamps sold after entering. You can visit the old railway station in the back. You can go far to the Tuo Er Art Park. There are Hamas cultural buses outside the house. Usually it's an hour trip. Just get on the bus and buy tickets with the driver. There will also be tour guides to explain that you can take the city bus and Hamas bus unlimited times on that day. The impression is that 50 NT is a ticket, and it's not expensive. It will take you to eight scenic spots. It was a good recommendation from the tourist culture center when I asked for a map at the high-speed railway station.
Today's primary destination is the Dagong Railway Story Museum, the freshest place to shoot, which appears in many Taiwanese travel photos. MRT Xiziwan Station Exit 2. No tickets, here used to be an old railway station, now retains the old station's appearance, many abandoned trains, because I am a person who loves trains too much, like the rumbling sound, more like the original taste of trains, green grass with stretching rails, colorful locomotives, shutter is really not enough. Like small fresh friends, must come so, leave the youngest shadow.
Continue to take the MRT to Xiziwan, leaving the Dog Railway Story Hall, which retains the original appearance of the former railway office. At the back of the station, there are two old trains for tourists to take photos. The abandoned railway nearby seems to be a park. There are many students and children flying kites nearby. It feels that any scenery or thing can become a scenic spot. This is what Taiwanese people intend to do. Place.