Welcome to Checheng
At the end of the Jiji Small Rail Line, Checheng's (車埕; Chēchéng) fortunes were closely tied to the railway's functions as a supply stop for local hydroelectric development and logging. The town was abandoned after a logging ban came into effect in the '80s. It is now a tourist attraction capitalising on Chechang's unique history and the remnants of that history. There's a handsome wood museum, pleasant walkways, handicraft boutiques, teahouses and cafes, and a couple of bento places in the village. You can probably see everything on foot in about three hours.