Shintetsu Sanda Line
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The line is 12.0 kilometres (7.5 mi) long, extending from Arimaguchi in Kita-ku to Sanda, where the line connects with the JR West JR Takarazuka Line/Fukuchiyama Line, although most trains continue past Arimaguchi to Shinkaichi via the Arima Line and Kobe Rapid Railway Namboku Line.
The entire line opened in 1928, 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge and electrified at 1500 VDC.
In 1991 the Sanda - Yokoyama section was duplicated, as was the Taoji - Okaba section in 1998.
Former connecting lines
Sanda station - The 12 km line to Arima operated from 1915 to 1943.
There are four types of services, each stops at the stations marked "S" and not at those marked "↑" in the table below.
|Station Number||Station||Distance (km)||Local||Semi-Express||Express||Special Rapid
|All trains continue via the Arima Line to Shinkaichi|
|KB15||Arimaguchi||有馬口||0.0||S||S||S||↑||Arima Line (through train service)||Kita-ku, Kobe|
|KB27||Yokoyama||横山||10.0||S||S||S||S||Koen-Toshi Line (through train service)||Sanda|
|KB29||Sanda||三田||12.0||S||S||S||S||JR West: Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line)|
This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia
- 神戸電鉄／鉄道のご案内 (Shintetsu Railway Information)
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