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|Meitetsu Inuyama Line|
A Meitetsu 1000 series EMU on Inuyama Bridge
|Locale||Aichi Prefecture, Gifu Prefecture|
|Termini|| Shimo-Otai (Biwajima Junction)|
|Daily ridership||57,443 (FY2008)|
|Line length||26.8 km (16.65 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC|
|Operating speed||110 km/h (68 mph)|
The Meitetsu Inuyama Line (名鉄犬山線, Meitetsu Inuyama-sen) is a 26.8 km Japanese railway line operated by the private railway operator Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu), which connects Biwajima Junction in Kiyosu, Aichi with Shin-Unuma Station in Kakamigahara, Gifu. Together with the Kakamigahara Line, the line forms an alternate route of the Nagoya Main Line between Higashi-Biwajima and Meitetsu Gifu.
●Local (普通, futsū) (L)
●Semi-Express (準急, junkyū) (S)
●Express (急行, kyūkō) (E)
●Rapid Express (快速急行, kaisoku kyūkō) (R)
●Limited Express (特急, tokkyū) (LE)
●Rapid Limited Express (快速特急, kaisoku tokkyū) (RL)
●μSKY Limited Express (ミュースカイ, myū sukai) (MU)
All trains stop at stations marked "●" and pass stations marked "|". Some trains stop at "▲".
|Biwajima Junction||枇杷島分岐点||-|||||||||||||||||||||||■ Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line||Kiyosu||Aichi|
|Kami-Otai||上小田井||3.5||●||●||●||●|||||||||||Nagoya Subway: ■ Tsurumai Line (T01)|
|Inuyama||犬山||24.9||●||●||●||●||●||●||●||■ Meitetsu Komaki Line |
■ Meitetsu Hiromi Line
|Shin-Unuma||新鵜沼||26.8||●||●||●||●||●||●||●||■ Meitetsu Kakamigahara Line |
Takayama Main Line
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