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|Meitetsu Toyokawa Line|
A 6800 series EMU on the Meitetsu Toyokawa Line
|Termini|| Kō |
|Opened||25 December 1954|
|Line length||7.2 km (4.5 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC|
|Operating speed||85 km/h (55 mph)|
The Meitetsu Toyokawa Line(名鉄豊川線Meitetsu Toyokawa-sen) is a railway line in Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu). The line connects Kō Station in the western part of Toyokawa with Toyokawa-inari Station in the eastern part of Toyokawa.
Toyokawa is a city located in the eastern part of Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of May 2015, the city had an estimated population of 181,051 and a population density of 1120 persons per km². The total area was 161.14 square kilometres (62.22 sq mi). Toyokawa, famous for its Toyokawa Inari temple, is blessed with a good balance of industry, commerce, agriculture and forestry spread over its 160 km² boundary, and is situated in an area rich in history, traditions, and culture.
Kō Station is a railway station on the Meitetsu Nagoya Line and Toyokawa Line located in Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan. It is located 9.6 kilometers from the terminus of the Nagoya line at Toyohashi, and is a terminal station for the Meitetsu Toyokawa Line.
Toyokawa-inari Station is a terminal railway station on the Meitetsu Toyokawa Line in Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu).
● L: Local(普通futsū)
● S: Semi-Express(準急junkyū)
● E: Express(急行kyūkō)
● LE: Limited Express(特急tokkyū)
● RL: Rapid Limited Express(快速特急kaisoku tokkyū)
|Station name||Japanese|| Distance|
|Kō||国府||0.0||●||●||●||●||●||■ Nagoya Main Line||Toyokawa, Aichi|
The Kō to Shiyakusho-mae (now Suwachō) section was opened in 1945, electrified at 600 V DC, to serve a Japanese Navy shipyard. The voltage was increased to 1,500 V DC in 1953, and the following year the line was extended to Toyokawa-inari.[ citation needed ]
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