Enoshima Electric Railway
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|Industry||Transportation (Tram, Transit bus)/Real estate|
|Founded||December 25, 1900|
|Headquarters||Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan|
Number of employees
The Enoshima Electric Railway or Enoden (江ノ島電鉄 Enoshima dentetsu?) is a private railway in Japan which connects Kamakura Station in Kamakura with Fujisawa Station in Fujisawa, Kanagawa. Stations en route include Hase, the stop closest to Kōtoku-in, the temple with the colossal outdoor statue of Amida Buddha. The railway is fully owned by the Odakyu Group of companies.
Route and operations
The route is 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) long and has a rail gauge of 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in). It is single-track; however, five of the route's fifteen stations are double-tracked, allowing for the operation of bidirectional traffic. Included in the route is a short (450 m) section of street running between Koshigoe and Enoshima stations. Trains are electrically powered from 600 V DC overhead lines. The section from Kamakura Station to Koshigoe is in the city of Kamakura; that from Enoshima to Fujisawa Station is in the city of Fujisawa.
- Kamakura Station (also served by JR East Yokosuka Line)
- Wadazuka Station
- Yuigahama Station
- Hase Station
- Gokurakuji Station
- Inamuragasaki Station
- Shichirigahama Station
- Kamakura-Kōkō-Mae Station
- Koshigoe Station
- Enoshima Station (a short walk from Katase-Enoshima Station and Shonan Enoshima Station)
- Shōnankaigankōen Station
- Kugenuma Station
- Yanagikōji Station
- Ishigami Station
- Fujisawa Station (also served by JR East Tokaido Main Line and Odakyū Enoshima Line)
|Type||Car numbers||Manufacturer||Date built||Notes|
|300 series||305||355||Toyoko Sharyo||May 1960||Rebuilt from former Keio DeHa 2000.|
|1000 series||1001||1051||Tokyu Car||November 1979|
|1002||1052||Tokyu Car||November 1979|
|1100 series||1101||1151||Tokyu Car||December 1981|
|1200 series||1201||1251||Tokyu Car||December 1983|
|1500 series||1501||1551||Tokyu Car||November 1979|
|1502||1552||Tokyu Car||November 1979|
|2000 series||2001||2051||Tokyu Car||March 1990|
|2002||2052||Tokyu Car||March 1991|
|2003||2053||Tokyu Car||July 1991|
|10 series||10||50||Tokyu Car||March 1997|
|20 series||21||61||Tokyu Car||March 2002||Used running gear from former 500 series.|
|22||62||Tokyu Car||March 2003||Used running gear from former 500 series.|
|500 series||501||551||Tokyu Car||March 2006|
|502||552||Tokyu Car||March 2008|
Former rolling stock
- 500 series
Enoden also operates bus service in the area.
The original Enoshima Electric Railway opened the line on 1 September 1902.
The company subsequently went through a series of ownership changes: Yokohama Electric Railway Co. in 1911, Tokyo Electric Power Co. in 1921, (second) Enoshima Electric Railway Co. in 1926, Tokyu Corporation in 1938, Enoshima Kamakura Tourist Co. in 1949, and Odakyu Electric Railway Co. in 1953. The (third) Enoshima Electric Railway Co. was formed on 1 September 1981 as a subsidiary of Odakyu.
This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia.
- "江ノ島電鉄株式会社：会社案内". Retrieved March 10, 2013.
- 私鉄車両編成表 2015 [Private Railway Rolling Stock Formations - 2015] (in Japanese). Japan: Kotsu Shimbunsha. 23 July 2015. p. 83. ISBN 978-4-330-58415-7.
- 路面電車年鑑2015 [Tramcar Annual 2015] (in Japanese). Japan: Ikaros Publishing. 20 January 2015. p. 48. ISBN 978-4863209527.
- Terada, Hirokazu (19 January 2013). データブック日本の私鉄 [Databook: Japan's Private Railways] (in Japanese). Japan: Neko Publishing. p. 79. ISBN 978-4-7770-1336-4.
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- Official website (Japanese)