Ohmi Railway Main Line
The Ohmi Railway Main Line (近江鉄道本線 Ōmi tetsudō hon-sen ) is a regional railway line in Shiga Prefecture operated by Ohmi Railway. It connects the cities of Maibara and Koka. It is running parallel with the Tōkaidō Shinkansen between Takamiya and Gokasho.
The line is 47.7 kilometres (29.6 mi) long, stretching from Maibara to Kibukawa. The line connects with the JR Central Tōkaidō Main Line and Tōkaidō Shinkansen, and the JR West Hokuriku Main Line and Biwako Line at Maibara, and the JR West Kusatsu Line and the Shigaraki Kōgen Railway Shigaraki Line at Kibukawa.
- Rapid Service: + = stop; - = pass;
- Local trains make all stops
|Maibara||0.0||+||JR Central: Tōkaidō Shinkansen, Tōkaidō Main Line
JR West: Tokaidō Main Line (Biwako Line), Hokuriku Main Line
|Hikone||5.8||+||JR West: Tōkaidō Main Line (Biwako Line)|
|Takamiya||9.9||-||Ohmi Railway: Taga Line|
|Yōkaichi||25.3||+||Ohmi Railway: Yōkaichi Line|
|Kibukawa||47.7||+||JR West: Kusatsu Line
Shigaraki Kōgen Railway: Shigaraki Line
- 11 June 1898: Line opened between Hikone and Echigawa via Takamiya.
- 24 July 1898: Line opened between Echigawa and Yokaichi.
- 19 March 1899: Toyosato and Obata Stations opened.
- 1 October 1900: Line opened between Yokaichi and Hino via Sakuragawa.
- 28 December 1900: Line opened between Hino and Kibukawa via Minakuchi. Asahino station opened.
- 20 May 1901: Shinmachi Station opened.
- 1 January 1910: Obata Station renamed Gokasho Station.
- 1 June 1911: Amago Station opened.
- 16 October 1916: Asahi Otsuka Station opened.
- 27 December 1916: Nagatanino Station opened.
- 1 January 1917: Shinmachi Station renamed Hikoneguchi Station.
- 12 March 1925: Line was electrified between Hikone and Takamiya.
- 18 April 1928: Line was electrified between Takamiya and Kibukawa.
- 15 March 1931: Electrified line opened between Hikone and Maibara via Toriimoto.
- 1 August 1957: Minakuchi Ishibashi Station opened.
- 1 May 1987: Driver-only operation commenced.
- 5 April 1989: Minakuchi Matsuo and Minakuchi Jonan Stations opened.
- 29 March 1990: Daigaku-mae Station opened.
- 16 March 1991: Kyocera-mae Station opened.
- 13 March 2004: Kawabe-no-mori Station opened.
- 18 March 2006: Fujitec-mae Station opened.
- 8 April 2009: Hikone-Serikawa Station opened.
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