Kibi Line between Ashimori and Hattori
|Line length||20.4 km (12.7 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
The Kibi Railway Co. opened the line in 1904 to Jini station. In 1925 Jini station was closed and the line connected to Soja station.
The company was nationalised in 1944, and CTC signalling was commissioned in 1968.
All stations are in Okayama Prefecture.
|Okayama||岡山||0.0||Sanyō Shinkansen, Sanyō Main Line, Akō Line, Hakubi Line, Uno Line (Seto-Ōhashi Line), Tsuyama Line
Okayama Electric Tramway: Higashiyama Line, Seikibashi Line
Ibara Railway Ibara Line
|KiHa 40 series||Diesel multiple unit||85||(Hōkaiin -) Okayama - Sōja|
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