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|Keihan Main Line|
|Owner||Keihan Electric Railway|
|Locale||Osaka Prefecture, Kyoto Prefecture|
|Line length||49.3 km (30.6 mi)|
|Number of tracks||2 (Yodoyabashi - Temmabashi, Neyagawashi - Sanjo)|
4 (Temmabashi - Neyagawashi)
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in)|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC, overhead catenary|
|Operating speed||110 km/h (70 mph)|
The Keihan Main Line (京阪本線, Keihan-honsen) is a railway line in Japan operated by Keihan Electric Railway. The line runs between Sanjō Station in Kyoto and Yodoyabashi Station in Osaka. There are through services to the Keihan Ōtō Line and the Keihan Nakanoshima Line. Trains from Kyoto to Osaka are treated as "down" trains, and from Osaka to Kyoto as "up" trains.
As of March 2022, the following services are operated. 
|Through section||from Temmabashi:|
L, SmE, SbE, CSbE, RE, CRE: to Nakanoshima on the Nakanoshima Line
|KH01||Yodoyabashi (M)||淀屋橋||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S|| Keihan Nakanoshima Line (Ōebashi)|
Osaka Metro Midosuji Line
|Chūō-ku, Osaka||Osaka Prefecture|
|KH02||Kitahama||北浜||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S|| Keihan Nakanoshima Line (Naniwabashi)|
Osaka Metro Sakaisuji Line
|KH04||Kyōbashi (M)||京橋||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||Miyakojima-ku, Osaka|
|KH06||Sekime||関目||||||||↑|||||↓|||||↑||||||||↑||Osaka Metro Imazatosuji Line (Sekime-Seiiku)|
|KH13||Kadoma-shi||門真市||S|||||↑|||||↓|||||↑||||||||↑||■ Osaka Monorail Main Line|
|KH21||Hirakatashi (M)||枚方市||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||S|||||△||Keihan Katano Line|
|KH26||Iwashimizu-hachimangū (M)||石清水八幡宮||S||S||S|||||↑||||||||Keihan Cable Line (Cable-hachimangu-guchi)|
|KH27||Yodo (Kyoto Racecourse) (M)||淀|
|KH28||Chūshojima (M)||中書島||S||S||S||S||S||S|||||Keihan Uji Line|
|KH30||Tambabashi (M)||丹波橋||S||S||S||S||S||S|||||Kintetsu Kyoto Line (Kintetsu-Tambabashi)|
|KH36||Tōfukuji||東福寺||S||S||||||||↑||||||||D JR West Nara Line|
|KH39||Gion-Shijō||祇園四条||S||S||S||S||S||S||S||Hankyu Kyoto Main Line (Kyoto-kawaramachi)|
|KH40||Sanjō (M)||三条||S||S||S||S||S||S||S|| Kyoto Municipal Subway Tozai Line (Sanjō Keihan)|
The Temmabashi to Kiyomizu-Gojo section opened as dual track, electrified at 1,500 V DC, in 1910, and was extended to Sanjo in 1915. The Temmabashi to Yodoyabashi section opened in 1963.[ citation needed ]
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This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia.