We had some last week in a little village just outside Sanyi (also worth a visit for the wood carvings).
I’m a dumb schmuck so of course I can’t remember the name, but its an old Hakka town and the railroad station is now a pretty nice Hakka restaurant. The tracks and the station platform are still there and its a pretty little country station, but there’s no longer any trains. It used to be the highest regular-gauge commercial railway station in the country, apparently.
A very cool place to take visitors to Taiwan.
Take the Sanyi exit on the Chungshan freeway (No. 1), turn right at the first junction after the exit (about 100 yards), right again at the next junction (another 100 yards) and drive down the Sanyi main street till you come to a set of lights at a junction. There you’ll see a sign for the station. Take a right over a small bridge and just follow your nose for about 5 km till you come to the village.