- Maebashi Station
It is one of two main railway stations of Maebashi; the other is Chūō Maebashi Station of the Jōmō Electric Railway.
The station was opened by Ryōmō Railway on November 20, 1889. From August 20, 1884, Nippon Railway operated another Maebashi Station on the other side of the Tone River, but this station was closed on December 26, 1889 when a bridge across the river was completed and Nippon Railway trains began sharing the Ryōmō Railway station. Ryōmō Railway was merged into Nippon Railway on January 1, 1897 and Nippon Railway was nationalized on November 1, 1906.
- Ishino, Tetsu et al. (eds.) (1998) (in Japanese). Teishajō Hensen Daijiten - Kokutetsu JR Hen. Tokyo: JTB Corporation. pp. 461-62, vol. II. ISBN 4533029809.
- (Japanese) Maebashi Station (JR East)
Stations of the Ryōmō Line Stations of the Shōnan-Shinjuku Line
--- Takasaki Line - Tōkaidō Main Line ---
(Maebashi - Shin-Maebashi - Ino - Takasaki-Ton-yamachi) - Takasaki - Kuragano - Shinmachi - Jimbohara - Honjō - Okabe - Fukaya - Kagohara - Kumagaya - Gyōda - Fukiage - Kita-Kōnosu - Kōnosu - Kitamoto - Okegawa - Kita-Ageo - Ageo - Miyahara - Ōmiya - Akabane - Ikebukuro - Shinjuku - Shibuya - Ebisu - Ōsaki - Musashi-Kosugi - Yokohama - Totsuka - Ōfuna - Fujisawa - Tsujidō - Chigasaki - Hiratsuka - Ōiso - Ninomiya - Kōzu - Kamonomiya - Odawara
--- Utsunomiya Line - Yokosuka Line ---
Utsunomiya - Suzumenomiya - Ishibashi - Jichi-idai - Koganei - Oyama - Mamada - Nogi - Koga - Kurihashi - Higashi-Washinomiya - Kuki - Shin-Shiraoka - Shiraoka - Hasuda - Higashi-Ōmiya - Toro - Ōmiya - Akabane - Ikebukuro - Shinjuku - Shibuya - Ebisu - Ōsaki - Nishi-Ōi - Musashi-Kosugi - Shin-Kawasaki - Yokohama - Hodogaya - Higashi-Totsuka - Totsuka - Ōfuna - Kita-Kamakura - Kamakura - Zushi
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