The Suwon – Inchon narrow gauge line: walking from the (future) Sari Station to Gojan Station

June 27, 2013 by
Filed under: Korea, Railways, Suwon - Inchon 
Looking back towards the east across the Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로).

Looking back towards the east across the Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로). This is all new, nothing is left of the old line.

But immediately afterwards a small monument has been eracted, a “tunnel” has been constructed on the old line. Looking west towards Gojan Station (고잔역).

But immediately afterwards a small monument has been eracted, a “tunnel” has been constructed on the old line. Looking west towards Gojan Station (고잔역).

The “tunnel” near the Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로).

The “tunnel” near the Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로).

The sign over the “tunnel” at Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로).

The sign over the “tunnel” at Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로). The text invites memories of the Suwon to Inchon railway.

Shortly afterwards an old railway crossing can be seen in the line.

Shortly afterwards an old railway crossing can be seen in the line. This is where an old road most have been, but nothing could be found here now.

Again another stretch of the track has, for some reason, been demolished. This is between the Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로) and the Jeokgeumro (적금로), view west.

Again another stretch of the track has, for some reason, been demolished. This is between the Gwangdeokdaero (광덕대로) and the Jeokgeumro (적금로), view west.

End of the line at Jeokgeumro (적금로), with Gojan Station (고잔역) right across the road.

End of the line at Jeokgeumro (적금로), with Gojan Station (고잔역) right across the road. In front of the white car a black railway crossing signal can be seen. Notice how sleepers have been used to create steps up to the road.

The railway crossing signal at Jeokgeumro (적금로) near Gojan Station (고잔역).

The railway crossing signal at Jeokgeumro (적금로) near Gojan Station (고잔역). In this area more things could bes een of the railway.

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    […] This particular stretch of the old railway starts at (2), which is the end of the stretch described in a previous article. At (3) is an area were quite a lot must have happened, nothing can be found here and a new short […]

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