Talk:Nankai Kōya Line

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Shiomibashi Line[edit]

In what sense is the Shiomibashi-sen part of the Koya-sen? As it heads into Osaka to the west of the main line, while the Koya-sen goes to the southeast, it is closer to being a part of the honsen - but I wouldn't list it as part of either. Dekimasuよ! 14:55, 29 May 2007 (UTC)

Shiomibashi-line is the historical origin of the Koya-line and still the origin in official documents. In the past, trains from Gokurakubashi was going to Shiomibashi, until 1929 ( according to Japanese version ). After 1929, not trains are passing through Shiomibashi and Koya-lines. Yuryu (talk) 18:14, 30 August 2008 (UTC)

Express, rapid express and limited express[edit]

The color of rapid express is the same to limited express, but it is actually similar to express rather than to limited express. For example, only LE requires additional fee unlike to Ex and RE. LE has two special names "Koya", which runs to Gokurakubashi and "Rinkan", to Hashimoto, both from Namba station. I don't know how to change the colors in the Station section of the article. could someone edit it please? Yuryu (talk) 18:19, 30 August 2008 (UTC)

Sorry, I do understand what you want, but removed colours of the table. Colouring is not welcomed in ENWP. Maxima m (talk) 09:44, 4 September 2008 (UTC)