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|Noto Railway Noto Line|
|Line length||61.0 km (37.90 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
The Noto Line (能登線 Noto-sen?) was a Japanese railway line of Noto Railway in Ishikawa Prefecture, between Anamizu Station in Anamizu, Hōsu District and Takojima Station in Suzu. This railway line closed on April 1, 2005.
- Length: 61 km
- Rail gauge: 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
- Number of stations: 30
- Double Track: None (single track)
- Electrified Section: None (non electrified)
The first 22.9-km section of the Noto Line of Japanese National Railways (JNR) between Anamizu Station and Ukawa Station opened on June 15, 1959. It was extended 9.9 km to Ushitsu Station on April 17, 1960, 13.8 km to Matsunami Station on October 1, 1963 and 14.5 km to Takojima Station on September 21, 1964 completing the line of 61.1 km in total, and featuring 49 tunnels in that distance.
The line was closed on April 1, 2005.
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