|Nishi-Shigi Cable Line (Nishi-Shigi Cable)|
|Native name||西信貴鋼索線 (西信貴ケーブル)|
|Locale||Yao, Osaka, Japan|
|Color on map||(#B1865B)|
|Opened||15 December 1930|
|Closed||7 January 1944|
|Reopened||21 March 1957|
|Line length||1.3 km (0.81 mi)|
|Number of tracks||2|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Electrification||200 V DC|
|Operating speed||11.7 km/h (7.3 mph)|
The Nishi-Shigi Cable Line (西信貴鋼索線, Nishi-Shigi kōsaku sen, "West Shigi Cable Line"), referred to as Nishi-Shigi Cable (西信貴ケーブル, Nishi-Shigi kēburu), is Japanese cable railway line in Yao, Osaka, owned and operated by Kintetsu Railway. The line, opened in 1930, makes a route to Chōgo Sonshi-ji temple on Mount Shigi. As the line name suggests, there once was Higashi-Shigi Cable Line (東信貴鋼索線, Higashi-Shigi Kōsaku-sen, "East Shigi Cable Line") as well. However, the eastern line was closed in 1983.
|Z14||Shigisanguchi||信貴山口||0.0||J Shigi Line (J14)||Yao, Osaka|
Coordinates: 34°37′4″N135°38′54″E / 34.61778°N 135.64833°E
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