The original Suwon to Inchon line (수인선 협궤열차) ran all the way from Inchon harbour to Suwon (수원) station, but by the end of the existence of the line this was no longer the case. But like other parts of the line which were still there long after the railway had been closed the part from Ansan (안산) station to Inchon was completely demolished (save for a few bridge and some shorter stretches of line) only relatively recently when the new subway line from Oido (오이도) to Songdo (송도) was constructed on top of the old line. Even more recently other parts were demolished in order to contruct an interchange with the new Daegok-Sosa-Wonsi Line, meaning that a new station (Choji, 초지역) will come into existence soon, replacing Gongdan (공단) Station. Even then however there are still remnants left out there, between Gojan (고잔) station and Ansan station.
The rest of the article including maps and satellite pictures after the break.
Map showing the area described in this article (click for a larger version). At (1) is Gojan (고잔), station number 451 on the subway map. 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 canal has been dug. The station at (4) is Gongdan (공단) Station, number 452 on the subway map. However, this station will be renamed to Choji (초지) when the new north to south Daegok-Sosa-Wonsi Line opens. To physically connect these lines two short lines are currently (2013) under construction. This is unfortunate, as it means that some of the last remnants of the narrow gauge line have finally been lifted. The same is true at (5), where the narrow gauge line ran under the commuter line during the late 1980s and until closure of the narrow gauge line in 1995. At (6) is Ansan (안산), where the commuter line ended while the narrow gauge line went on to Songdo (송도). Today nothing is left of the old line in this area. The area around (7) was not visited at this time, but it seems nothing is left there either, as a short trip on the same day to Oido (오이도) seemed to confirm.