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|Bengawan||06:00||13:52||7h 52m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Fajar Utama Yk||06:40||14:09||7h 29m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Gajahwong||07:35||14:59||7h 24m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Gaya Baru Malam Selatan||10:55||18:56||8h 1m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Jaka Tingkir||12:00||19:16||7h 16m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Singasari||17:30||01:29||7h 59m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Senja Utama Yk||19:05||02:06||7h 1m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Bogowonto||21:45||05:10||7h 25m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
|Progo||22:30||06:34||8h 4m||Pasar Senen - Wates|
Gambir Station is a train station in Jakarta, precisely at Jalan Medan Merdeka Timur No. 19-27, Central Jakarta. The station is the largest in Jakarta. Gambir Station is located in the city center and adjacent to the Monas or National Monument. The station was built in the 1930s under the name Koningsplein Station and started to run on October 4th, 1884. This station was the first station in Koningsplein and maintained by Weltevreden Railway Station Well Contented. This station used to be a station for departure for Bandung and Surabaya route. At first, the station was designed by SS (Staatsspoorwegen) and the building uses roof resting on iron bearing. But in 1917, the station was enlarged and continued to experience massive change to ten years ahead and use the concept of art deco buildings. The station was undergoing massive renovation in 1990.
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Wates station is a train station located on Jalan Sudibyo, Wates, Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta. The station is operated by PT. KAI Operation Region VI Yogyakarta and has five lines with different functions. The first line on this station serves as a direct drive or train stop from the west. The second line serves to direct train journey from the east. The third line has a function as a train stop coming from the west and east. The fourth line serves as ballast carriage stabling and the fifth line serves for filling ballast to carriage. The station is planned to be renovated in 2015 and the station area will be expanded on the east and west side where the entrance is planned to be located in the east while the exit is on the west.