Shin-Keisei Electric Railway

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Shin-Keisei Electric Railway Co.,Ltd.
新京成電鉄株式会社
Type Public KK (TYO: 9014)
Industry Private railroad
Founded October 23, 1946
Headquarters Kunugiyama, Kamagaya, Chiba, Japan
Key people Ryōichi Kataoka, President
Employees 531 (2005)
Parent Keisei Electric Railway
Subsidiaries Funabashi Shin-Keisei Bus
Narashino Shin-Keisei Bus
Matsudo Shin-Keisei Bus
Website www.shinkeisei.co.jp

The Shin-Keisei Electric Railway (新京成電鉄 Shin-Keisei Dentetsu?) is a private railway in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It connects Narashino and Matsudo. It is a subsidiary of Keisei Electric Railway.

It has the following bus company subsidiaries.

  • Funabashi Shin-Keisei Bus
  • Narashino Shin-Keisei Bus
  • Matsudo Shin-Keisei Bus

Lines[edit]

The company operates one line, the Shin-Keisei Line, between Matsudo and Keisei Tsudanuma.

Rolling stock[edit]

History[edit]

After World War II, the ownership of the right-of-way of an uncompleted Imperial Japanese Army military railway line was transferred to Keisei. Shin-Keisei was established as a subsidiary of Keisei in 1946 to construct and operate the line.

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