Iga Railway Iga Line

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Iga Railway Line 200 series

The Iga Line (伊賀線 Iga-sen?) is a railway line in Iga, Mie Prefecture, Japan. The line connects Iga-Ueno Station and Iga-Kambe Station.

The track and trains are owned by Kintetsu Corporation, and the trains are operated by Iga Railway Co., Ltd. (伊賀鉄道株式会社 Iga-tetsudō kabushiki-gaisha?).

Stations[edit]

Current section[edit]

Station name Distance between stations (km) Distance from start (km) Connecting Lines Location
Iga-Ueno
伊賀上野
- 0.0 West Japan Railway Company: Kansai Main Line Iga, Mie
Nii
新居
0.8 0.8  
Nishi-Ōte
西大手
2.5 3.3  
Uenoshi
上野市
0.6 3.9  
Hirokōji
広小路
0.5 4.4  
Kayamachi
茅町
0.6 5.0  
Kuwamachi
桑町
0.8 5.8  
Idamichi
猪田道
2.2 8.0  
Ichibe
市部
1.2 9.2  
Inako
依那古
1.4 10.6  
Maruyama
丸山
1.3 11.9  
Uebayashi
上林
1.1 13.0  
Hido
比土
2.6 15.6  
Iga-Kambe
伊賀神戸
1.0 16.6 Kintetsu Osaka Line

Closed stations[edit]

Kagiyatsuji (鍵屋辻)
Between Nii and Nishi-Ōte. Suspended in 1945. Officially closed in 1969.
Shijūku (四十九)
Between Kuwamachi and Idamichi. Suspended in 1945. Officially closed in 1969.

Abandoned section[edit]

(9.7 km, closed 1964) Iga-Kambe (伊賀神戸) - Mihata-Shinden (美旗新田) - Nishihara (西原) - Kuramochi (蔵持) - Hatchō (八丁) - Nishi-Nabari (西名張)

Rolling stock[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "東急電鉄1000系が伊賀鉄道に入線". Japan Railfan Magazine (Japan: Kōyūsha) 50 (585): p.66. January 2010. 

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