The International Steam Pages
Northern Stations in the Ambarawa Area
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Tuntang should reopen for the museum service within the next year or two. It has survived remarkably intact despite being closed for more than 25 years. It has been used for storage: (1999 JT picture 1, 2001 JT pictures 2 and 3) See also Restoring the North Line (Part 2)
Bringin is an isolated station on the section beyond Tuntang. There is little prospect of it re-opening because there is a major bridge which has been destroyed in this area. (2001 NB pictures)
Kendungjati was the junction for Ambarawa on the main line from Semarang to Solo and is still open. However, it serves only a tiny desa (village) and its remoteness no doubt ensures its continued existence (1999 JT pictures):
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