Super Matsukaze

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Super Matsukaze
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KiHa 187 series on a Super Matsukaze service in March 2014
Overview
Service type Limited express
StatusOperational
First service2001
Current operator(s) JR West
Route
StartTottori, Yonago
Stops19
EndMasuda
Distance travelled191.5 km (119.0 mi) (Yonago - Masuda)
284.2 km (176.6 mi) (Tottori - Masuda)
Average journey time4 hours approx
Service frequency7 return workings daily
Line(s) used Sanin Main Line
On-board services
Class(es) Standard only
Disabled accessYes
Sleeping arrangementsNone
Catering facilitiesNone
Observation facilitiesNone
Entertainment facilitiesNone
Other facilitiesToilet
Technical
Rolling stock KiHa 187 series DMU
Electrification DieselDiesel
Operating speed120 km/h (75 mph) [1] (max)
Track owner(s)JR West

The Super Matsukaze (スーパーまつかぜ) is a limited express train service in Japan operated by JR West which runs from Tottori and Yonago to Masuda. [1]

Stops

Trains stop at the following stations:

Tottori - Tottoridaigakumae - Kurayoshi - (Hōki-Daisen) - Yonago - (Yasugi) - Matsue - (Tamatsukuri-Onsen) - (Shinji) - Izumoshi - (Nishi-Izumo) - Ōdashi - (Nima) - (Yunotsu) - Gōtsu - (Hashi) - Hamada - (Miho-Misumi) - Masuda

Stations in brackets () indicate stations where not all trains stop at.

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References

  1. 1 2 JR新幹線&特急列車ファイル (JR Shinkansen & Limited Express Train File). Japan: Kōtsū Shimbun. 2008. p. 94. ISBN   978-4-330-00608-6.