Gubeng Station, Surabaya City, East Java
When we had a chance to stop in Surabaya, i had the opportunity to visit Gubeng Station, a station that has become a Cultural Heritage building in Surabaya ... because this Gubeng Station building is a Cultural Heritage building, then of course we are prohibited from damaging, and even if this station will was built also forbidden to change its original form, if it is violated then surely it will get a criminal penalty according to the law. Reportedly the Gubeng Station which is the largest station in Surabaya City was built with a more modern and broader architecture in the 1990s, on the east side of the railroad tracks, while at the beginning of the construction the station was built on the west side of the railroad tracks.
Gubeng Station has 6 main lines, where line 1 (the most western) is usually used for the departure of the Economy Train to the south, line 2 for the arrival of trains from the south, lines 3 and 4 are used as a stopover for the Logawa, Sri Tanjung and Penataran trains Icon during the locomotive yard process and as a direct walking line for Freight Trains, line 5 is used for the arrival of Mutiara Selatan Railway from Bandung and also as a direct walking line for Freight Trains and line 6 (the easternmost) is used for the departure and arrival of Business and executive trains. In the northern part of line 6 there is a branching line to Balai Yasa (BY) / Surabaya Gubeng railway workshop. I arrived at Gubeng Station by riding the Mutiara Selatan train when taking a trip to Surabaya, precisely when I was going to visit the Submarine Monument.
Reference Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stations_Surabaya_Gubeng