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Mudan Station is a small tranquil station isolated from the world. It was called the "Wu Dankeng Outpost" in the early days and moved to its current location in 1924. In order to reduce the slope of the tracks, a large 120-degree curve was built in Mudan Station, which resulted in strange scenarios where the front and rear of the train facing each other, attracting many railway fans and tourists who like to take photos of trains, since not only you can take pictures of the train slowly went through while its body making a big turn, but sometimes with pictures of the carriage and the train be seen side by side, such special railway design has also been used by a well-known Japanese brand car shooting for its commercial, it is a must-see station for railway fans!
Air Force Sanchong First Military Village
Entering Lane 86 from the busy Zhengyi South Road, what first comes into sight is the two national flags with blue sky, white sun, and a wholly red earth. Low and plain brick houses line up the streets – Air Force Sanchong First Military Village filled with nostalgic memories is right here. “Air Force Sanchong First Military Village” was officially recorded as New Taipei City’s historical architecture in August, 2006 and has now been recognized New Taipei City’s cultural heritage of military family village. In 1954, National Women’s League of the R.O.C. built the Air Force military family housing here, where the houses’ layout and size varied in according to military rank. Japanese and Kuomintang troops had all stayed here before; the two large-scale underground dugouts at the village are still perfectly preserved today – they are approximately the size of two basketball courts. At the village there are also artillery battalions left from the period of Japanese rule.