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Kobe Electric Railway Co., Ltd. (神戸電鉄株式会社, Kōbe Dentetsu Kabushiki Gaisha), often called Shintetsu (神鉄), is a Japanese private railway company in Kobe and surrounding cities.

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  1. 神戸電鉄6500系、新型車両を2016年春導入! 川崎重工が製造、1000系を置換え [Kobe Electric Railway to introduce new 6500 series from spring 2016, built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries to replace 1000 series]. Mynavi News (in Japanese). Japan: Mynavi Corporation. 9 June 2015. Retrieved 11 June 2015.