Super Inaba

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Super Inaba
JR-West-DC187.jpg
KiHa 187-500 series Super Inaba
Overview
Service type Limited express
Locale San'yō Main Line, Chizu Express Chizu Line, Inbi Line
First service 1 October 2003
Current operator(s) JR West
Route
Start Okayama
End Tottori
Technical
Rolling stock KiHa 187-500 series DMUs
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Electrification Diesel
Operating speed 120 km/h (75 mph)

The Super Inaba (スーパーいなば?) is a limited express train service in Japan operated by JR West which runs between Okayama and Tottori.

Station stops[edit]

Okayama - Kamigōri - Sayo - Ōhara - Chizu - Kōge - Tottori

Rolling stock[edit]

Super Inaba[edit]

Kiha 187-500 series DMUs (since October 2003)

Inaba[edit]

KiHa 181 series DMUs (November 1997 - September 2003)

Formation[edit]

  • All Standard class car
  • R: Reserved seats
  • NR: Non-reserved seats
  • No smoking accommodation
← Okayama/Tottori, Kamigōri →
1 2
R NR

History[edit]

In October 2003, the KiHa 181 series DMUs operating on the former Inaba service were replaced by new KiHa 187 series trains, and the service was upgraded to become the Super Inaba.

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