Talk:Hankyū Kōbe Main Line

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I'm just wondering if it is a good idea to list the stations simply as, say, [[Nakatsu station]] instead of [[Nakatsu Hankyu station]]. If I recall correctly there is also a Nakatsu station on the Midosuji line. That's within Osaka only, I'm pretty sure there are several others all over Japan with the same name. For a somthing like Nishinakata-Minamigata the chances to have another station with the same name are fairly minimal, but I don't even want to think about the name conflict hell once you get to such generic names as Honmachi. cheers, --synthetik 16:03 16 May 2003 (UTC)