Maya Cablecar

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Maya Cablecar funicular
Maya Cablecar Station

The Maya Cablecar, officially the Maya Cable Line (摩耶ケーブル線, Maya Kēburu-sen) is a Japanese funicular line in Kobe, Hyōgo, operated by the public company Kōbe City Urban Development. The line opened in 1925, originally as a route to Tōri Tenjō-ji temple on Mount Maya. Now the line is used to see the scenic view of Kobe. Together with Maya Ropeway, the line has an official nickname Maya View Line Yume-Sanpo (まやビューライン夢散歩, Maya Byū Rain Yume-Sanpo, "Maya View Line Dreamy Stroll").

Basic data[edit]

  • Distance: 0.9 km (0.56 mi)
  • System: Single track with two cars
  • Gauge: 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
  • Stations: 2
  • Vertical interval: 312 m (1,024 ft)
  • Tunnels: 1 (157 m (515 ft))
  • Cars: 2, each with 53 passenger capacity
  • Operational speed: 3.25 m/s (10.66 ft/s)




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Coordinates: 34°43′37.1″N 135°12′44.5″E / 34.726972°N 135.212361°E / 34.726972; 135.212361