The Kajiya Line(鍛冶屋線Kajiya-sen) was a railway line of West Japan Railway Company between Nishiwaki and Taka District all within Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The line closed on April 1, 1990.
West Japan Railway Company, also referred to as JR-West, is one of the Japan Railways Group companies and operates in western Honshu. It has its headquarters in Kita-ku, Osaka.
Nishiwaki is a city in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It was founded on April 1, 1952.
Taka is a district in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
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The Banshū Railway(播州鉄道Banshū Tetsudō) opened the line between 1913 and 1923. The railway was acquired by the Bantan Railway(播丹鉄道Bantan Tetsudō) in 1923 and nationalised in 1943 together with other Bantan Railway lines, i.e. the Kakogawa Line, the Takasago Line, the Miki Line, and the Hōjō Line.
The Kakogawa Line is a railway line in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company, which connects the cities of Kakogawa and Tamba.
The Takasago Line was an 8.0-kilometer long railway line of Japanese National Railways between Kakogawa and Takasago all within Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. This line existed between 1913 and 1984.
The Hōjō Line is a Japanese railway line in Hyōgo Prefecture, between Ao, Ono and Hōjōmachi, Kasai. This is the only railway line Hojo Railway Company operates. The third sector company took former Japanese National Railways line in 1985. The line links Hōjō, a central town of Kasai, and two railway lines, namely JR West Kakogawa Line and Shintetsu Ao Line.
Under the operation of Japanese National Railways (JNR), freight services ceased in 1974. JR West succeeded the line in 1987 and closed it in 1990, concurrently with the Miyazu Line and the Taisha Line, as the last of 83 "specified local lines" selected for closure.
Japanese National Railways, abbreviated Kokutetsu (国鉄) or "JNR", was the business entity that operated Japan's national railway network from 1949 to 1987.
The Miyazu Line is a railway line of the Kitakinki Tango Railway in Kyoto Prefecture and Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Trains on the line are operated by Willer Trains Inc. as part of its Kyoto Tango Railway system.
The Taisha Line was a railway line of West Japan Railway Company within Izumo, Shimane, Japan. The line closed on April 1, 1990.
Himeji Station is a railway station in Himeji, Japan, operated by West Japan Railway Company. Himeji is a major stop on the Sanyō Main Line, and the western end of the JR Kobe Line. The station serves as a connection point between the main line and the Sanyō Shinkansen, the Kishin Line and the Bantan Line.
The Bantan Line is a railway line that connects Himeji and Wadayama station in Asago City, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The line is operated by the West Japan Railway Company and serves as a connector between the Sanyo Main Line and the Sanin Main Line. The name refers to the ancient provinces of Harima (播磨) and Tajima (但馬), which the line connects.
The Hidaka Main Line is a railway line in Hokkaido, Japan, operated by Hokkaido Railway Company, between Tomakomai Station in Tomakomai and Samani Station in Samani, running along the coast of Hidaka Subprefecture. Services on the 116 km section of the line beyond Mukawa Station have been suspended indefinitely since January 2015 due to storm damage.
The Yōrō Line is a railway line of a Japanese private railway operator Yōrō Railway. The line traverses the northeastern side of the Yōrō Mountains and connects Kuwana Station in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture and Ibi Station in Ibigawa, Gifu Prefecture.
The Sanriku Railway is a railway company in Iwate Prefecture in northern Japan. The company and its lines are also known as Santetsu (三鉄). The company was founded in 1981, as the first "third sector" railway line in the country, excluding special cases such as freight railways in seaports. Its lines are former Japanese National Railways (JNR) lines, that were going to be closed. Santetsu acquired these lines in 1984. The company also operates a travel agency and other businesses.
The Nishikigawa Seiryū Line is a Japanese railway line connecting Kawanishi and Nishikichō stations, all within Iwakuni, Yamaguchi. As the name suggests, the line parallels the Nishiki River (Nishiki-gawa). This is the only railway line Nishikigawa Railway operates. The third-sector company took former West Japan Railway Company line in 1987. The line was proposed to be extended to Nichihara, on the Yamaguchi Line, but was not completed. The company also operates bus lines and a travel agency.
The Miki Line was a Japanese railway line in Hyōgo Prefecture, between Yakujin Station in Kakogawa and Miki Station in Miki. This was the only railway line Miki Railway Company operated. The line linked Miki and the West Japan Railway Company Kakogawa Line at Yakujin station.
The Wakasa Line is a Japanese railway line in Tottori Prefecture operated by the third-sector operating company Wakasa Railway. The line connects Kōge Station in Yazu with Wakasa Station in Wakasa. It is the only railway line operated by the Wakasa Railway. The third-sector company took over operations of the former West Japan Railway Company line in 1987.
The Rumoi Main Line is a Japanese railway line in Hokkaido operated by Hokkaido Railway Company which connects Fukagawa Station in Fukagawa and Rumoi Station in Rumoi.
The Sasshō Line is a railway line in Japan operated by Hokkaido Railway Company, which connects Sōen in Sapporo and Shin-Totsukawa in Shintotsukawa, Hokkaido. Its name is made up of two characters from Sapporo (札幌) and Ishikari-Numata (石狩沼田), the letter of which was the terminus of the line until it was relocated to Shin-Totsukawa in 1972.
Shaguma Station was a railway station on the Rumoi Main Line in Mashike, Hokkaido, Japan, operated by Hokkaido Railway Company. Opened in 1921, the station closed on 4 December 2016.
Shumombetsu Station was a railway station on the Rumoi Main Line in Mashike, Hokkaido, Japan, operated by Hokkaido Railway Company. Opened in 1963, the station closed on 4 December 2016.
Chūden Station is a railway station on the Mugi Line in Komatsushima, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by JR Shikoku and has the station number "M05".
Tatsue Station is a railway station on the Mugi Line in Komatsushima, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by JR Shikoku and has the station number "M08".
Ōshida Station was a railway station on the Yamada Line in Morioka, Iwate, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company. Opened in 1928, the station closed in March 2016.
Nobeoka Station is a railway station of JR Kyushu Nippō Main Line in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan.
Kodomonokuni Station is a train station in Miyazaki City, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by of JR Kyushu and is on the Nichinan Line.
The IR Ishikawa Railway is a Japanese third-sector railway company established in 2012 to operate passenger railway services on the section of the JR West Hokuriku Main Line within Ishikawa Prefecture. The main line was separated from the JR West network on 14 March 2015, coinciding with the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen extension from Nagano to Kanazawa. The company was founded on 28 August 2012 and has its headquarters in Kanazawa, Ishikawa.
This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia.