Kisuki Line

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Kisuki Line
Orochi model locomotive.jpg
Orochi model locomotive
Overview
Type Commuter rail line
Locale Shimane and Hiroshima Prefectures
Termini Shinji Station
Bingo Ochiai Station
Stations 18
Operation
Opening 1916
Owner West Japan Railway Company
Operator(s) West Japan Railway Company
Technical
Line length 81.9 kilometres (50.9 mi)
Track gauge 1,067 millimetres (3.501 ft) (narrow gauge)
Operating speed 65 km/h (40 mph) - 75 km/h (47 mph)
Route map
LeftSan'in Main LineRight
0.0 Shinji
LeftSan'in ExpresswayRight
3.6 Minami Shinji
8.7 Kamonaka
11.8 Hataya
13.9 Izumo Daitō
17.5 Minami Daitō
21.1 Kisuki
24.8 Hinobori
31.5 Shimokuno
37.4 Izumo Yashiro
41.5 Izumo Minari
45.9 Kamedake
52.3 Izumo Yokota
56.3 Yakawa
63.3 Izumo Sakane
69.7 Miinohara
Shimane/Hiroshima border
75.3 Yuki
81.9 Bingo Ochiai
DownGeibi LineRight

Kisuki Line (木次線 Kisuki-sen?) is a railway line of West Japan Railway Company between Matsue Shimane Prefecture and Shōbara Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.

Stations[edit]

Name Between (km) Distance (km) Connections Location
Shinji 宍道 - 0.0 JR West: San'in Main Line Matsue Shimane Prefecture
Minami Shinji 南宍道 3.6 3.6  
Kamonaka 加茂中 5.1 8.7   Unnan
Hataya 幡屋 3.1 11.8  
Izumo Daitō 出雲大東 2.1 13.9  
Minami Daitō 南大東 3.6 17.5  
Kisuki 木次 3.6 21.1  
Hinobori 日登 3.7 24.8  
Shimokuno 下久野 6.7 31.5  
Izumo Yashiro 出雲八代 5.9 37.4   Okuizumo
Nita District
Izumo Minari 出雲三成 4.1 41.5  
Kamedake 亀嵩 4.4 45.9  
Izumo Yokota 出雲横田 6.4 52.3  
Yakawa 八川 4.0 56.3  
Izumo Sakane 出雲坂根 7.0 63.3  
Miinohara 三井野原 6.4 69.7  
Yuki 油木 5.6 75.3   Shōbara
Hiroshima
Bingo Ochiai 備後落合 6.6 81.9 JR West: Geibi Line