Kyūdai Main Line
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The Kyūdai Main Line (久大本線 Kyūdai-honsen?) is a railway line in Kyushu, Japan, operated by the Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu). It originates at Kurume Station, Kurume in Fukuoka Prefecture and ends at Ōita Station, Ōita in Ōita Prefecture. It is also known as the Yufu Kōgen Line.
The line crosses the whole of Kyushu, running along the Chikugo River and its tributary the Kusu River near Kurume, and along the Ōita River close to Ōita. It also runs through known tourist resorts such as Hita (known as Little Kyoto) and spa resorts around Yufu.
- Operator: JR Kyushu
- Distance: 141.5 km
- Gauge: 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
- Stations: 36
- Multiple track section: None (Single track the whole line)
- Electrification: None (Whole the line not electrified)
- Railway signalling: Automatic
- Maximum service speed: 95 km/h
|Kurume||0.0||Kagoshima Main Line, Kyushu Shinkansen||Kurume||Fukuoka|
|Ōita||141.5||Nippō Main Line, Hōhi Main Line|
- Era Station: Miyanoharu Line - abolished on 1 December 1984