Under the vast night sky, unlimited imagination can be projected as if through this station, you can take the galaxy train and visit the fantastic world that you have ever dreamed of.
Daqing Station is located at the intersection of Jianguo (South and North) Road and Daqing Street in the Southern District of Taichung City. It has an interchange of railway/MRT/road transportations and becomes a regional transportation center.
The huge welcoming umbrella with a height of about three floors, supported by the groves of fences, showing the enthusiasm for welcoming guests, which is unique.
The building of Ruisui Station takes the image of water. And the undulating roof echoes the landscape of Ruisui.
This bright station building made of glass and wood is both classic and modern.
Taitung Station is equipped with a steel structure and integrated wooden beams to support the hyperbolic wavy roof. People can immediately feel the warm and open ocean style of Taitung.
Trees and bamboo baskets were transformed into "lightweight", "simple" and "modern" structures at Yuanlin Station. The high heels in front of the station a typical public art in the style of Yayoi Kusama.
In October 2018, Kaohsiung Station began its operations. The slightly arched canopy supported by the metal truss is 67 meters high. The large and small oval reflectors on the ceiling look like the clouds reflecting the light gently onto the ground.
The commencement point of the change starts at Keelung Station
Keelung Railway Station connects buses, Taiwan Railways, intercity passenger buses, and passenger ships to create new opportunities for the transportation at Keelung.
Xincheng (Taroko) Station
Being the door to Taroko National Park, Xincheng Station takes “gate” as the main concept with black, grey and white colors to accentuate the surrounding natural environment.
The station exterior is inspired by Mount Kavulungan, also called Dawushan, and the sea. It represents scenery at the starting point of the Taiwan Railway Administration's Western Line.