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Station building before renovation [Wooden station building catalog] Kansai Main Line 06/163 Kabuto Station

 
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In 1909 (Meiji 42), the line name was established and it became the station to which the Kansai Main Line belongs.
 

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Kansai Main Line

Kansai Main Line(Kansaihonsen) isAichiNagoya cityNakamura Ward OfNagoya StationからKameyama Station,Nara StationThroughOsakaOsakaNaniwa Ward OfJR Namba StationLeading toRailway line(Main line).Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama StationTokai passenger railway(JR Central), Kameyama Station-JR Namba StationWest Japan Railway CompanyIt is under the jurisdiction of (JR West).other than thisJapan Freight Railway(JR Freight)Yokkaichi Station - Shiohama Stationwhile,Hirano Station - Baekje Freight Terminal StationHas a freight branch line between.

This item mainly describes the outline and history of the Kansai Main Line in general.See also the following articles for details by region.

Overview

NagoyaとOsakaTheMie OfNorth groupRegion,IgaRegion,KyotoSouth,NaraIt is connected via the north.Private railway companyIsKansai RailwayA railway line that connects Nagoya with Nara / Osaka in the shortest distance.[2]AsRailway Work BureauIt has a history of competing for passengers with the national railway since the time of the year, and the line name is also derived from this company name.Kansai RailwaynationalizationAfter thatthe 1970sTrains that go directly to all lines were in operation, but in parallelTokaido Main Line,Tokaido ShinkansenMaintenance of theKinki Nippon Railway(Kintetsu)Meihan limited expressThe rise ofMeihan National Highway,Meishin ExpresswayDue to the opening ofmotorizationWithdrew from transportation between Meihan due to the spread ofCurrentlyKameyama Station,Kamo StationThe operation system is divided into three sections with the boundary as the boundary, and the passenger business train operated across the boundary station is the 3 express "KasugaSince the abolition of "", it has not been operated at all, and its character as an intercity transportation route between Meihan has completely disappeared.

JR Tokai areaBetween Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station TheNagoya metropolitan areaHas a role as a commuting / school route.Nagoya Station- Kawarada StationIn betweenIse RailwayIn the central and southern part of Mie prefectureWakayamaNankiHead to the countrysideLimited express"Nanki"fast"MieThere are direct trains such as "Kawarada Station-Kameyama Station", and only regular and rapid trains to and from Nagoya are operated.Kintetsu Nagoya LineAlthough it is in a competitive relationship withSingle lineThere are still many sections, and Kintetsu is in a better position in terms of facilities, number of trains, and convenience.

A single track between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station in the JR West areaNon-electrifiedIt is a section, 1 or 2 carsRailcarWe are devoting ourselves to regional transportation (local transportation).Most of the area along the railway line is in the mountains, and the population along the railway line is overwhelmingly small compared to the other two sections included in the metropolitan area.In addition, according to the line distinction balance of local lines announced by JR West on April 2, 2022, the section will be in 4.Transport densityThe number of people is less than 1 per day, and it is reported that JR West wants to discuss measures to revitalize routes with related local governments, and there is a possibility that discussions will proceed with a view to discontinuing railway lines.[3][4]However, Kameyama City, one of the local governments on the Mie Prefecture side, has expressed hope for survival.[5].

Since March 1988, the electrified section of the JR West area (between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station) has been "Yamato Line”(Yamatojisen) was given the nickname,Urban networkIt is positioned as one of the routes that make up.Osaka metropolitan areaHas a role as a commuting / school routeOsaka Loop LineDirectly toOsaka Station(Umeda) "Yamatoji Rapid] Is also set, and it also has the character of a sightseeing route to Nara.Regarding intercity transportation between Osaka and NaraKintetsu Nara LineAlthough it is in a competitive relationship with JRNara Station Kintetsu Nara StationCompare withNaraThe Yamatoji Line (Kansai Main Line) is a little far from the center ofIkoma MountainsThe Kintetsu Nara Line is in an advantageous situation, partly because it takes a route that detours to the south.Between Oji Station and JR Namba StationWakayama Line,Sakurai LineRapid trains that go directly to the direction are also in operation.

Between Tsuge Station and JR Namba StationPassenger business rulesStipulated bySuburbs of Osaka”, Of which the section between Nara Station and JR Namba StationTrain specific section,Tennoji Station --The area between JR Namba Station is included in the Osaka Loop Line, and a short-distance fare that is cheaper than outside the section is set.Also, between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station in the JR Central areaICBoarding card"TOICAIn the area[6], JR West Kameyama Station-JR Namba Station is the same "ICOCAIncluded in the area[7][8].

Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station is JR CentralCentral Japan Railway Business HeadquartersJurisdiction (directly controlled by all applicable sections), Kameyama Station (excluding the premises) --JR West Japan between JR Namba StationKinki HeadquartersIs under the jurisdiction of.

Route symbolIs between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station CJ[9], Kameyama Station-between Kamo Station V , Kamo Station-JR Namba Station Q(Kizu Station-Nara StationNara LineBecause there are trains in D Also granted)[10].

Route data

  • Jurisdiction/route distance (Operating kilo): Total length 179.6km (including branch lines. 174.9km between Nagoya Station and JR Namba Station)
    • Central Japan Railway Company (JR Tokai,First-class railway operator):
      • 59.9km between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station
    • West Japan Railway Company (JR West, first-class railway company):
      • Between Kameyama Station and JR Namba Station 115.0km
    • Japan Freight Railway (JR Freight):
      • First-class railway business section:
        • Yokkaichi Station-Shiohama Station 3.3km
        • Hirano Station-1.4km between Kudara Freight Terminal Station
      • Second-class railway businesssection:
        • Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station (59.9km)
  • Gauge: 1067mm
  • Number of stations: 52
    • Passenger station: 50 (including starting and ending stations, excluding branch stations)
      • JR Central: 18
      • JR West: 32 (excluding Kameyama Station)
        • When limited to passenger stations belonging to the Kansai Main Line, Nagoya Station belonging to the Tokaido Main Line and Shin-Imamiya Station belonging to the Osaka Loop Line[11]Is excluded, and it will be 48 stations (17 stations for JR Central, 31 stations for JR West).
    • Freight station: 2 (excluding stations with passengers)
  • Double track section:
    • Multiple lines
      • Between Tennoji Station and Shin-Imamiya Station[Note 1](1.0km)
    • Double track
      • Between Nagoya Station and Sasashima Signal Station
      • Between Yatomi Station and Kuwana Station
      • Chomei signal field-between Tomita station
      • Between Tomidahama Station and Yokkaichi Station
      • Between Minami-Yokkaichi Station and Kawarada Station
      • Between Kizu Station and Tennoji Station
      • Between Shin-Imamiya Station and JR Namba Station[Note 1]
  • Electrification section: Nagoya Station-Kameyama Station, Kamo Station-JR Namba Station, Hirano Station-Kudara Freight Terminal StationDC1500V)
  • Closure method: Automatic closure type[12]
  • Security device:
    • Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station:ATS-PT
    • Between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station:ATS-SW
    • Between Kamo Station and Oji Station:ATS-PAnd ATS-SW (Base P)[13]
    • Between Oji Station and JR Namba Station: ATS-P (all lines P)[14])
  • Operation command center :
  • maximum speed:
    • Between Nagoya Station-Kawarada Station / Nara Station-Tennoji Station: 120km / h
    • Kawarada Station-Nara Station / Tennoji Station-JR Namba Station: 95km / h
  • Train operation management system: Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station ... Osaka Loop/Yamato route operation management system
  • Metropolitan suburbs section: Tsuge Station-JR Namba Station (Osaka suburbs section)
  • ICBoarding cardCorresponding section:
    • TOICAArea: Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station
    • ICOCAArea: Between Kameyama Station and JR Namba Station (Tsuge Station-JR Namba StationPiTaPa PostPay ServiceTarget section.Kamo Station-Kameyama Station is supported by an in-vehicle IC ticket gate)

Along line

Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station

Nagoya StationThe train that departed southwardNagoya vehicle wardDeadhead to andNagoya seaside high-speed trainBlue lineAt the same time, turn right and leave the Tokaido Main Line.Once on the leftSasashima StationThe site that was (cargo) spreads.When the Aonami Line running on the right side passes overhead and moves to the left side, the Nagoya vehicle ward spreads on the right side in the direction of travel.The first Kansai Railway opened "Aichi StationWas located here.Nagoya Expressway No. 5 Manba LineAfter undercrossing, it became elevated, and as soon as the Aonami Line moved away to the left,Hatta StationArrive at.afterwards,Shonai RiverIn front of the bridgeKintetsu Nagoya LineUndercross andNational Route 302It was newly established in 2001 after overcomingHaruta StationArrive at.afterwards,Kanie Station,Eiwa StationThroughYatomi StationArrive at.At Yatomi stationMeitetsu Bisai LineConnect with.From the same station to Kuwana station, it runs parallel to the Kintetsu line.Kiso RiverWhen you crossMieTo enter the,Nagashima StationThroughNagara RiverとIbigawaAcross the.This section1959/ OfIsewan TyphoonIt suffered a great deal of damage.In addition, a glimpse of the old Kintetsu Nagoya Line trace can be seen in this area.Kuwana StationThe Kansai Main Line goes under the Kintetsu Line just before arriving at.

In addition to the Kintetsu Nagoya Line, Kuwana StationYoro Railway Yoro Line,Sanki Railway Kitase LineConnect with.Dive down the Sangi Railway Hokusei Line,Morning light signal fieldAfter becoming a double track at, turn while running alongside the Kintetsu Nagoya LineAsahi TownTo enter the,ToshibaAway from the Kintetsu line in front of the factoryAsahi stationToIse Gulf ExpresswayBefore divingYokkaichiTo enter the,Sanki Railway Sanki LineAnd dive down the Kintetsu lineTomita StationArrive at.The Sangi Railway and freight trains are in contact, and a freight yard extends to the east of the station.This station is also the base of the Sangi Railway, and the head office building is located at the exit of the east exit.From here onward, the factory area of ​​Yokkaichi will be expanded, with large and small factories and offices.National Route 1-National Route 23Snuggle up withTomitahama StationThroughYokkaichi StationArrive at.Yokkaichi Station is a station bearing the city name, but the central station of the city is practicallyKintetsu Yokkaichi Station.Shiohama StationIt is a major base for freight trains where the freight line branches off, and many freight cars are located there.

Next to Yokkaichi StationMinami-Yokkaichi StationAfter passing through the industrial areaKawarada StationArrive at.At the same stationIse RailwayOn the way, the single track separates from the upper and lower lines and runs between them to reach the station.The platform of Ise Railway is on the embankment and is connected by an overpass.Limited express "" from Nagoya StationNankiAnd rapid "MieFrom this station, trains such as "Ise Railway"Tsu StationThroughToba Station,Shingu Station,Kiikatsuura StationHead to.

It will be a single track section from Kawarada Station.The train window is a rural landscape and there are few private houses,Suzuka MountainsAlong the southern tip of the mountain, go around the hem of a small mountain.SuzukaEnter and flow along the south of the railroad trackSuzuka RiverWater surface appears.Kawakuma StationAfter passing the nextKasato StationThen, private houses are crowded on the north slope of the station, and there is a concrete factory in the south.Kameyama CityEnter and there is a housing complex nearbyIdagawa StationAfter passing, the Suzuka River cannot be seen because it is blocked by the embankment.From the left hand while paddy fields are scatteredKisei Main LineMeet and arrive at Kameyama station.Although a multi-tenant building is built in front of the station, the center of the city is not clear.Located in a hilly area, with the Suzuka River in the south and a plateau in the north, the turret of the former Kameyama Castle remains slightly.Kameyama Station is a station under the jurisdiction of JR Central, and is connected to the JR West section.Border stationIs. It has a three-sided, five-line structure and connects to the Kisei Main Line, but there is no sign of the time when many express trains came and went.

Between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station


This sectionNon-electrifiedIs.Currently, single trains (1-car trains) and 2-car trainsRailcar(Kiha 120 type) Only regular trains run, but onceExpress train,freight trainBecause there were long trains running, each station had a platformExchange equipment OfEffective lengthIs very long.Once at many stationsMidlineThere is (a siding line between the up line and the down line), and the station where the middle line was located has a space between the up line and the down line where the middle line has been removed.

There are many mountainous areas in this section.Yamato KaidoAlong withKizu RiverI can see a tributary.

From Kameyama stationNational Route 1Running side by side withTokaidoPost stationSekijukuNearest station Relative type 2 side 2 lineSeki StationArrived at, and from here it overlapped with Route 1.National Route 25Relative two-sided two-lineKada StationArrive at. Until the unmanned Seki station in April 2018, Kada station was the only unmanned station in this section.From now onSuzuka MountainsとNunobiki MountainsBetween Kabuto Station and Tsuge Station, which is the boundary of the station, is called Kada Crossing 25 ‰ (per mille) OfSteep slopeThere,steam locomotiveMany railroad fans visited when he was running.SwitchbackOf expressionNakazaike Signal Field(2006/There was a suspension of use, abolished in 2019).At the Kabuto tunnel at the end of the signal box, the steam locomotiveSoot CabIn order to prevent the train from filling up, a shield curtain was installed at the entrance of the tunnel, and after the train passed, the curtain was lowered to lower the air pressure behind the train and collect soot at the rear of the train.On steep slopes and long tunnels all over Japan, crew membersLack of oxygen,asphyxiaDue to the frequent occurrence of accidents, countermeasures were taken.Iga CityEnter, single type and island type 2 side 3 lineTsuge StationThen.Kusatsu LineBranches.The premises are quite large, but the station is lonely.Originally, the Kansai Railway laid a railroad track from Kusatsu to Kameyama along the route of the Tokaido, so when viewed from the direction of Kameyama, the Kusatsu line is straight and the Kansai main line branches to the left.Once at Tsuge station for a steam locomotive over KabutoTurntable,Water towerThere were some, but now they are all removed.

When you leave Tsuge Station, the surrounding area opens andIga basinRun,Shindo StationWill be.It used to be a single type and an island type two-sided three-line, but now it is an island-type one-sided two-line.Run west for a while, single type 2 side 3 lineSanagu StationWill be.nextIga Ueno StationIs the only station in the middle of this sectionDirectly operated stationIt is not a one-man station.There is a section train from this station to Kamo station.It has a single type and a notch and island type two-sided four-line structure, three of which are used by JR, and one notch on the opposite side of the platform is Iga City (formerly).Ueno City) Through the cityIga Kobe StationHead toIga Railway Iga LineArrives and departs.NinjaThe center of Iga City, which is famous for itsUenoshi StationIt is the whole area.thereUeno CastleThere is, but you can see it from a little ahead of this station.

When you leave Iga-Ueno Station, the Yamato Highway that runs in parallelNational Route 163The Tsuge River also changes to the Kizu River.Riding on flat ground for a while, single type 2 side 2 lineShimagahara StationFrom there, you will enter the mountainous area.From the train window, you can see the beauty of the Kizu River, which is the biggest attraction in this section.(I.e.It is often interrupted when it rains, and it is also a security bottleneck.KyotoMinamiyamashiro VillageEnter, single type 2 side 2 lineTsukigaseguchi StationBecomesTsukigase BairinAt the nearest station toplumIt is crowded with many customers during the cherry blossom viewing season.Single 2-sided 2-line near Minamiyamashiro Village OfficeOkawara StationPast,KasagiEnter, and the island-style 1-sided 2-line, famous for its cherry blossoms and beauty of the valleyKasagi StationBecomesKizugawaWhen you enterKamo StationArrive at.Kamo station is an island platform with 2 sides and 3 linesHashigami StationThen, to Tennoji / OsakaYamatoji RapidOr it is connected to a regular train to Nara.Diesel trains from the direction of Kameyama basically arrive and depart from the middle line.The middle line is sandwiched between platforms on both sides, and is on the same platform as the trains for Nara, Tennoji, and Osaka.Face-to-face transferIt is possible.

Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station (Yamatoji Line)

The area west of Kamo Station is an electrified section, passing through the Fudoyama Tunnel.Kizu StationTo.Around this area, the lines that were abandoned in the process of building a network by the Kansai Railway by acquiring the lines remain as traces of abandoned lines (HistorySee section).In addition, near the Fudoyama Tunnel, there is an old track trace where the track was replaced due to the deterioration of the tunnel.There is a single track between Kamo Station and Kizu Station, but in 2004 Kinki Regional Transport Council Report No. 8 advised that this section be double-tracked.Kizu stationNara LineとKatamachi LineThe (Gakken Touzai Line) branches off and is a key point of transportation to Nara, Kyoto, and Kyobashi, but the number of passengers is not very large despite its relative proximity to the metropolitan area.Kizugawa(OldKizumachi), But not JR Kizu station but Kintetsu Kyoto lineTakanohara Station,Kizugawadai StationThere are also many Kizugawa citizens (former Kizumachi residents) who use.When you leave Kizu stationKyonawa Expressway OfKizu interchange,National Route 24While looking to the right, proceedNaraWhen you enterHeijoyama StationWill be.Immediately aheadSaho Signal HallThere isSuita General Vehicle OfficeThe entrance / exit ward line to the Nara branch branches.A new residential area and a group of old burial mounds live together in this area, which goes to the emerging area in the northern part of Nara City.nextNara StationThen.Sakurai Line(Manyo Mahoroba Line) branches.All trains on the Nara Line also drive to Nara Station.When the area around Nara Station was elevated, the removal of the former Nara Station Building, which is famous for its temple-style architecture, was considered, but it was decided to preserve it near the site.Nara Station is used for access to major sightseeing spots, government offices, business districts, etc., and for transferring to bus routes.Kintetsu Nara Station,Shin-Omiya StationThe number of users is small because JR's competitiveness to Kyoto and Osaka is lower than that of Kintetsu in terms of fares, required time, and number of trains.Redevelopment work has been underway around the station before and after the elevated construction, and a station square and a bus terminal have also been installed at the west exit.

Between Nara Station and Oji Station, IkarugaHoryuji templePass nearby.After leaving Nara and proceeding through the Nara basin for a whileYamatokoriyama CityEnter, 2 sides 2 linesKoriyama StationWill be.The center of the city such as Yamatokoriyama City Hall and Koriyama Castle Ruins is Kintetsu RailwayKintetsu Koriyama StationIs close.While looking at the residential area, the fields and the pond for breeding goldfishKintetsu Kashihara LineWhen you go underYamatokoizumi Station..nextHoryuji Station TheIkaruga TownIt is the central station of No. 2 and 2 lines of Hashigami station.Horyuji Temple is located quite far from this station.After leaving Horyuji Temple, you will run straight through the fields in the southern part of the Nara Basin.Yamato RiverAcrossKintetsu Tahara Main LineWhen you dive, from your left handWakayama LineMeet and go down Route 25Oji StationWill be.This station is in addition to the Wakayama LineKintetsu Ikoma Line, The Kintetsu Tahara Main Line is a major transportation hub in western Nara Prefecture, and there are many users.

The section between Oji Station and Kashiwara Station runs along the Yamato River.This sectionLandslideIt is a frequent occurrence area of1932/In this sectionKamenose tunnelWas deformed and became unusable, and due to the route change, it became an unnatural alignment that detoured to the south bank of the Yamato River with two bridges.From KashiwaraOsaka PlainRun.The surrounding area has become completely urbanized and becomes a train window lined with houses and condominiums.After leaving Oji Station and crossing the Yamato River, you will reach the central station of Sango Town.Tatsuta Taisha ShrineNearest stationMisato Station..In the future, Route 25 will also run side by sideOsakaEnter Kashiwara City, 2 sides 2 linesKawachi-Katakami StationWill be.In the spring, many photographers are inside the stationCherry BlossomsVisit to shoot.Exit Kawachi-Katakami Station, turn left and right, cross the Yamato River,Takaida Station..When you leave Takaida Station, a mountain approaches on your right,Kintetsu Osaka LineWhen you dive, National Route 25 and the Yamato River run parallel to your left.After going through this bottleneck for a while, the Kintetsu line will leave on your right.Kashiwara StationWill be. With a 2-sided 4-wire structureKintetsu Myoji LineAlso arrives and departs.The track that ran like a curve from Oji station had many straight sections after passing Kashiwara station, and was forced to run with a limit of around 100 km / h.221 seriesThe Yamatoji rapid train and daytime rapid trains accelerate from here to the maximum speed of 120km / h. To enter the,National Route 170As soon as you dive through the viaduct on the Osaka Outside Loop LineShiki StationAfter that, the track goes almost straight, and there are two sides and two lines.Yao StationWill be.Although it is the central station of Yao City, it is slightly outside the center of Yao City.About 1km north of KintetsuKintetsu Yao StationThe area is prospering as a shopping district with large commercial facilities and banks, and Kintetsu is more convenient for transferring to bus routes, so there are more users of JR Yao Station than Kintetsu Yao Station. Absent.When you leave Yao StationRyuka marshalling yardIt curves gently along the north side of the ruins.EventuallyOsaka East LineConnect withKyuhoji StationWill be.This station is Hashigami Station on 2 sides and 4 lines, and there is a normal and rapid connection.In the past, the upper and lower lines sandwiched the Ryuka yard, and the upper and lower line platforms were far apart, but in 1997 after the Ryuka yard was abolished, the down line was moved to the up line side.In the land readjustment project that was carried out after that, the traces of the marshalling yard and the old down line are not so clear.Kinki ExpresswayとOsaka Central Loop LineAround the diveOsakaHirano WardEnter and enter Osaka CityKami StationIn front of, the Osaka East Line splits on your right.On the left is abolished in 2009Hanwa Freight LineYou can see the traces.Exit Kami and from your right handJoto Freight LineSingle track runs in parallel.From here on JR FreightBaekje Freight Terminal StationA freight train runs between them.Since the Joto Freight Line connects to the Kansai Main Line Up Line (toward Nagoya), both the upper and lower freight trains have been running on the Kansai Main Line Up Line for a long time.However, the freight line was separated by the track replacement work in 2010.Hirano RiverWhen you crossHirano Station..Hirano Station is a shunting station with 2 platforms and 4 lines, but there is no platform on the down line (toward JR Namba).After passing Hirano StationNational Route 479Overcome the (inner ring line) and run up the overpass while looking at the Kudara Freight Terminal Station.ImazatosujiWhen you get overTobu market station.Kintetsu South Osaka LineGoing forward while hoping for the overpass of the overpassHanwa LineDive,Osaka Loop LineWhen they join from the rightTennoji StationArrive at.Tennoji Station is connected to the Osaka Loop Line and Hanwa Line, as well asOsaka Municipal SubwayMidosuji LineとTanimachi Lineそ し て,Abiko muscleKintetsu-Minami Osaka Line on the south side ofHankai Electric Orbit Kamimachi LineIt is also one of the largest terminals in Japan.

The section from Tennoji Station to Imamiya Station is parallel to the Osaka Loop Line.When you leave Tennoji Station,Hanshin Expressway No. 14 Matsubara LineDive,Hankai Electric Trajectory Hankai LineとSakaisujiOvercomeShin-Imamiya StationTo.The station has a structure that allows you to transfer between the Kansai Main Line and the Osaka Loop Line at the same platform.Nankai Main LineIt is also in contact with Hankai Tramway and the Nankai ticket gate as soon as you go up the stairs near JR Namba and exit the ticket gate.In addition, there are crossover lines before and after Shin-Imamiya Station, and the Kansai Main Line and Hanwa Line direct trains to Osaka will switch to the Osaka Loop Line near the station.nextImamiya StationBoth the Kansai Main Line and the Osaka Loop Line are elevated stations, and you can transfer on the same plane as the Kansai Main Line down platform and the Osaka Loop Line outer loop platform.When you leave Imamiya Station, turn right and go down from the elevated to the basement, becoming the only underground tunnel on the Kansai Main Line, the "Naniwa Tunnel", which is the terminal station.JR Namba StationTo. JR Namba Station was once called "Minatomachi Station",KIXThe name was changed in 1994 to coincide with the opening of the port, and it was underground in 1996.The station is an underground station on an island-style 2-sided 4-line platform.Naniwa muscle lineDesign structure as a transit station corresponding to the plan[15]In addition, there is a pocket track behind the 1st and 4th lines.[16]..In addition, there is no remnant of the time when long-distance trains arrived and departed, partly because it was completely renovated due to the underground construction.Osaka Municipal Subway at this stationSennichim FrontAnd Midosuji LineYotsubashi Line,Kintetsu,Hanshin,南海In addition to contacting, directly above the stationOsaka City Air Terminal There is (OCAT),Osaka International AirportTo Kansai International AirportLimousine busTo various placesExpress BusIt is functioning as a terminal of.However, there is a considerable distance from Nankai Namba Station, and it takes more than 15 minutes to transfer, so it is more convenient to transfer to Nankai at Shin-Imamiya Station.The above-ground part of the Naniwa tunnel (the track trace before undergrounding) is Nanbashiokusashikizu Park[17]In addition to being a city park called, the area around the stationMinamiAlthough it is a little out of the downtown area, redevelopment is progressing rapidly, with skyscrapers and buildings standing in the forest.

Operation form

Regional transportation

Currently, there are no trains running throughout the entire section, and JR Tokai controls Nagoya Station-Kameyama Station, JR West's non-electrified section Kameyama Station-Kamo Station, and the company's electrified section Kamo Station-JR Namba Station. It is divided into 3 sections.

Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station (JR Central)

In this section, in addition to the regular trains that stop at each station, the rapid trains that operate only within the line, and the rapid trains that only operate during rush hours, from Kawarada StationIse Railway Ise Line・ Kisei Line ・Sangu LineGo directly tofast"MieIs being driven.Yokkaichi Station-In addition to this at Kawarada StationIse RailwayThere is a regular train that runs directly on the Ise Railway Ise Line. Trains other than "Mie" are mainly in the daytimeOne-man drivingIs being done[18]..In the past, rapid trains were operated only during rush hours, but due to the timetable revision in March 2009, rapid trains that stop at Kuwana and Yokkaichi stations south of Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station were newly established during the daytime hours. The rapid trains that stop at Kanie Station / Yatomi Station and each station south of Kuwana Station have been renamed to Section Rapid.

In the case of one-man operation, it is an unmanned station (east of Yatomi station)Centralized passenger service systemIn principle, in-car payments will be made at (excluding unmanned stations that have already been introduced) or at manned stations during the day (= early morning and night and during the daytime when the window is closed).However, after February 2020, 2, Nagoya Station-Yatomi Station will be collected at the station without paying in-car because automatic ticket gates are installed at all stations.

Between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station (JR West)

The section between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station is a quiet section, and only one-man ordinary trains are operated.Vehicles used are from August 1993, 8Kiha 120 seriesDiesel trains are used[19], The one used in this line is painted purple.There used to be trains that connect directly to other sections such as the Nara area, but since March 2001, all trains have been operating within this section.In addition, in the case of one-man operation, in principle, in-car payment will be made at unmanned stations or manned stations during the day (= early morning night and daytime window closing hours).

This section has fewer trains on the Kansai Main Line than other sections, and all trains run about once an hour.However, there is a section train between Iga-Ueno Station and Kamo Station from morning and evening to night (until March 1, 1, there was a section train between Iga-Ueno Station and Kamo Station during the daytime).However, at all stationsexchangeAlthough it is possible, this section is the whole lineSingle lineTherefore, the operation intervals are not equal except for some time zones in the daytime.In addition, at Tsuge StationOvernight stayThe section train between Kamo Station and Tsuge Station and the section train from Kameyama to Iga Ueno at midnight (operated from Iga Ueno to Kamo the next morning) are set.

From March 2001, every Saturday except July to September to secure working hours for track maintenance and inspection.[Note 2]The train during the daytime was suspended (by bus, etc.)Agency transportationHowever, the suspension of operations has been canceled since the timetable revision on March 2011, 3.

This section is a section where heavy rains tend to delay or suspend driving.

All trains at Kamo StationYamato Line OfYamatoji RapidIt is a timetable that connects to rapid trains such as and ordinary trains.On the other hand, although the connection with the train bound for Nagoya at Kameyama Station has been made to some extent, the connection time varies.During the daytime, it takes about 20 minutes to connect to Nagoya (it takes less than 10 minutes to connect to Kamo). At the time of the timetable revision on March 2009, 3, a connection time of about 14 to 40 minutes was generated, but it was improved by the timetable revision on March 50, 2012.[20].

Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station (JR West)

Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station, normal stops at each station, and between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station, rapid train, Kamo Station- Osaka Loop LineIn the meantime, Yamatoji rapid train and section rapid train are operated.BesidesWakayama Line-Sakurai Line --There is also a direct train to JR Namba.Between Kizu Station and Nara StationNara Line-Katamachi Line(Gakken Touzai Line) trains are also on board.Also, between Nara Station and Kyuhoji StationOsaka East LineA direct rapid train runs between Nara Station and Shin-Osaka Station in the morning and evening.Also, in the early morning, a direct train from JR Namba / Oji to Kyoto via Nara Station is operated (there is no opposite from Kyoto to JR Namba via Nara / Oji), and the timetable will be displayed even after the evening. Although there is no description, several trains are operating that go directly to the above-mentioned section in both directions.

Honor train

Nagoya Station-Kawarada Station Nagoya Station-Kii Katsuura Station (via Ise Railway) Limited Express "Nanki"Passes.Formerly Kawarada Station-Minatomachi Station (currently JR Namba Station) and Tokyo Station-Minatomachi Station-Wakayama City Station night express "Yamato, And many excellent trains connecting Nagoya Station-Minatomachi Station / Nanki area and Kyoto Station-Ise area. Although it was a short period from March 1965, 3 to October 1, 1967, the limited express "Asuka" that runs between Nagoya Station and Yao Station on the Kansai Main Line was set up.However, due to the timetable revision on March 10, 1, the express "KasugaWas abolished (the driving section at the time of abolition was between Nagoya Station and Nara Station), and in factOsaka Loop LineNo limited express trains or express trains are operated between Kawarada Station and JR Namba Station, except between Tennoji Station and Imamiya Station.

freight train

freight trainIs Nagoya Station[21] It operates between Minami-Yokkaichi Station and Yokkaichi Station on the Freight Branch Line-Shiohama Station, Hirano Station-Kudara Freight Terminal Station.Of these, the one operating between Hirano Station and Kudara Freight Terminal Station is "Joto Freight LineSee.

Container carOrganized only byHigh speed freight train TheNagoya Freight Terminal Station --In addition to operating three round trips a day between Yokkaichi Station, oil transportationTank carTowDedicated freight trainIs driven.Also Yokkaichi Station / Shiohama Station- Inazawa Station(- Minami Matsumoto Station) In betweenTaki 1000 typetruckThere is a high-speed freight train that is organized only by.Sanki RailwaySanki Line --Tomita Station --The only station in Japan between Yokkaichi StationcementTransport is taking place.In addition, there used to be a dedicated freight train that pulls chemical transport tank cars and Yokkaichi Station-between Shiohama Station and Minami-Yokkaichi Station and from Inazawa Station via the Ise Railway Ise Line.Udono StationThere is also a container train service to Udono Station, and one round trip a day was set for the container train to Udono Station at the end of the period.

The traction machineDF200 typeDiesel locomotiveIs.Electric locomotives are not used because there are non-electrified lines such as the freight branch line between Yokkaichi Station and Shiohama Station.

Vehicle used

The regular operation sections of vehicles used on the Kansai Main Line are as follows.

Current vehicle

  • JR Tokai
    • Electric train
      • 313 series: Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station
    • Railcar
      • Kiha 75 typeDiesel train: Rapid "Mie" between Nagoya Station and Kawarada Station (In the past, it was also used for the express "Kasuga" between Nagoya Station and Nara Station)
      • Kiha 85 seriesDiesel train: Nagoya Station-Limited express "Nanki" between Kawarada Station
  • Ise Railway
    • Railcar
      • Ise III typeDiesel train: Between Yokkaichi Station and Kawarada Station
  • JR West Japan
    • Railcar
      • Kiha 120 type: Between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station (In the past, up to 1 round trips a day went to Nara Station)
    • Electric train
      • 201 series: Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station
      • 205 series: Between Kizu Station and Nara Station (only on weekdays, there is a regular train between Nara Station and Oji Station)
      • 221 series: Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station
      • 207 series: Kizu Station-between Nara Station and Nara Station-between Kyuhoji Station
      • 321 series: Kizu Station-between Nara Station and Nara Station-between Kyuhoji Station
  • JR freight
    • Electric locomotive
      • EF65 type: Between Hirano Station and Kudara Freight Terminal Station
      • EF66 type: Between Hirano Station and Kudara Freight Terminal Station
      • EF210 type: Between Hirano Station and Kudara Freight Terminal Station
      • EF510 type: Between Hirano Station and Kudara Freight Terminal Station
    • Diesel locomotive
      • DE10 type: Between Nagoya Station and Yokkaichi Station
      • DF200 type: Nagoya Station-between Yokkaichi Station and Shiohama Station
    • truck
      • Koki 100 seriesContainer car: Nagoya Station-Yokkaichi Station, Hirano Station-Kudara Freight Terminal Station
      • Koki 200 typeContainer freight car: Between Nagoya Station and Yokkaichi Station

Past vehicle

The operating sections of the vehicles used in the past are as follows (station names and vehicle types are those at the time of operation. Minatomachi station is the current JR Namba station).

Railcar
  • Kiha 17 type: Between Nagoya Station and Minatomachi Station
  • Kiha 35 series: Between Nagoya Station and Minatomachi Station
  • Kiroha 18 type: Nagoya Station-Semi Express between Minatomachi Station
  • Kiha 50 type: Nagoya Station-Semi Express between Minatomachi Station
  • Kiha 51 type: Nagoya Station-Semi Express "Kasuga" between Minatomachi Station
  • Kiha 55 series: Nagoya Station-Semi Express "Kasuga" between Minatomachi Station
  • Kiha 58 series: Nagoya Station-Express train between Minatomachi Station. After the transition to JR, the express "Kasuga" between Nagoya Station and Nara Station, and the normal train between Kameyama Station and Nara Station
  • Kiha 65 type: Nagoya Station-Express "Kasuga" between Nara Station
  • Kiha 81 series: Limited express between Nagoya Station and Kawarada StationKuroshio'
  • Kiha 82 series: Nagoya Station-Kyuhoji Station-Limited Express between Sugimotocho StationAsukaAnd the limited express "Kuroshio" between Nagoya Station and Kawarada Station, and later the limited express "Kuroshio"Nanki'
  • Ise RailwayIse type I: Between Yokkaichi Station and Kawarada Station
  • Ise RailwayISE type II: Between Yokkaichi Station and Kawarada Station
Electric train
Diesel locomotive
  • DD51 type: Nagoya Station-between Yokkaichi Station and Shiohama Station
Passenger car
  • Suha 32 series --Maronev 29, Oro 35, etc .: Nagoya Station --Express between Minatomachi Station "Yamato, Nagoya Station-Express between Kameyama Station "Ise'
  • Oha 35 series --Suroha 32, Suhani 32, etc .: Nagoya Station --Semi Express / Express "Yamato" between Minatomachi Station
  • Suha 43 series --Suha 43, Suro 53, Suro 54, Oha 46, etc .: Nagoya Station --Semi Express / Express "Yamato" between Minatomachi Station, Nagoya Station --Express "Kii" "Ise" between Kameyama Station
  • 10 series: Nagoya Station-Express "Yamato" "Minatomachi Station"KiiAnd Nagoya Station-Express trains between Kameyama Station "Ise" "Nachi'
  • 14 series: Nagoya Station-Kameyama Station sleeper limited express "Kii"
truck
  • Koki 50000 typeContainer car: Nagoya Station-between Minami Yokkaichi Station, Hirano Station-between Kudara Freight Terminal Station

Usage situation

By section of each yearAverage number of passers, Passenger transportation revenue is as follows. JR Namba Station is Minatomachi Station until September 1994, 9.

年度Average passing personnel (person/day)Passenger transportation income (XNUMX yen)
Between Nagoya Station and Kameyama StationBetween Kameyama Station and JR Namba StationBetween Kameyama Station and Kamo StationBetween Kamo Station and JR Namba StationBetween Nagoya Station and Kameyama StationBetween Kameyama Station and JR Namba Station
198729,541[22]
201214,037[23]
201533,044[22]1,267[22]68,941[22]1,313,300[22]
2016

History

Between Nagoya Station and Kizu StationKansai RailwayOpened by.After opening the section between Nagoya Station and Tsuge Station in 1895, Tsuge Station- Daibutsu Station(Later abolished) The section was opened in 1898 to connect Nagoya Station and Nara Station.Kamo Station-Shin Kizu Station (later abolished) was opened during the same year and acquired the previous year.Naniwa RailwayVia the route of OsakaAmishima Station(1898-currently during 1913Kyobashi StationWas nearbyTerminal station)- Shijo-Nawate Station --I ran a direct train between Nagoya Station.

Between Nara Station and Minatomachi Station (currently JR Namba Station)Osaka RailwayIn 1892, the section between Kizu Station and Nara Station was opened by the Nara Railway in 1896.After opening the section between Daibutsu Station and Nara Station, Kansai Railway acquired Osaka Railway in 1900 and changed the main line between Meihan to via Daibutsu.After that, the Nara Railway was acquired, and in 1907, the section between Kamo Station, Daibutsu Station, and Nara Station, which had a slope section, was abolished and the main line was changed to via Kizu Station, and the current route was completed (at this time Kamo). Station-The line between Shin-Kizu Station is also abolished).

After that, the Kansai Railway fought fierce competition with the public railway (Tokaido Main Line) between Meihan, and the Kansai Railway had a 20-minute difference in travel time from the government-owned railway, and also distributed souvenirs and discounted the fare by 5%. And carried out a flashy attracting customers.This attraction battleRusso-Japanese WarRushed into1904/Once it's over,Railway National LawEnded with the nationalization of the Kansai Railway in 1907.Kansai RailwaySee).

After nationalization, it was a local line, but in the Taisho eraOsaka Electric Railway, Sangu Express Electric Railway(CurrentKinki Nippon Railway) And other private railways extended the route network in parallel, and instead of the Tokaido main line, which had a tight transportation volume, it attracted attention as a route to compete with these private railway lines, and before Kintetsu, between Nagoya Station and Minatomachi Station. Rapid train was set up in[24]..After the war, it was revived as a semi-express train (later "Kasuga"), and it was made into a diesel train ahead of the rest of the country to speed up, but the Tokaido main line was electrified, Kintetsu also speeded up and unified the gauge, and further. Opening of the Tokaido ShinkansenMeishin Expressway・ The opening of the Meihan National Highway will force the Kansai Main Line to retreat from the front line of transportation between Meihan ("KasugaSee also).

Modernization has been delayed on all lines for a long time, but in 1973 the section between Nara Station and Minatomachi Station and between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station were electrified in 1982, strengthening the character as a suburban line. After the inauguration of JR, between Kamo Station and JR Namba StationUrban networkAs part of this, transportation has been improved, and JR Central is also trying to roll back to Kintetsu by setting a fast "Mie".

Chronological Table

Osaka Railway (between Nara Station and Minatomachi Station, now between Nara Station and JR Namba Station)

  • 1888/(Meiji21 years)3/1: License issued to Osaka Railway.
  • 1889/(22th year of Meiji)5/14 : Osaka Railway Between Minatomachi Station and Kashiwara Station (10)M10C≒ 16.29km) is open.Minatomachi Station (currently JR Namba Station), Tennoji Station, Hirano Station, Yao Station, and Kashiwabara Station are open.
  • 1890/(23th year of Meiji)
    • 9/11: Kashiwara Station-Kamese temporary stop (3M58C ≒ 5.99km) is extended and opened.Kamese temporary stop opens.
    • 12/27: Nara Station-Oji section (9M44C ≒ 15.37km) opens.Nara Station, Koriyama Station, Horyuji Station, Oji Station are open.
  • 1891/(24th year of Meiji)2/8: Oji Station-Inabayama Temporary Stop (1M30C ≒ 2.21km) is extended and opened.Inabayama temporary stop opens.Inabayama Temporary Stop-Kamese Temporary Stop is on foot and rickshaw contact.
  • 1892/(25th year of Meiji)2/2: Kamese Temporary Stop-Inabayama Temporary Stop (64C ≒ 1.29km) has been extended and opened, and Minatomachi Station-Nara Station is fully connected.Inabayama temporary stop and Kamase temporary stop are abolished.
  • 1894/(27th year of Meiji)1/29: Reduced by 3C (≈0.06km) on all lines.
  • 1899/(32th year of Meiji)
    • 2/28: Reduced by 7C (≈0.14km) on all lines.
    • March 3: Imamiya Station opens.
  • 1900/(33th year of Meiji)
    • 4/23: Concluded a contract to transfer the line to Kansai Railway.
    • 6/6: Osaka Railway transfers the line to Kansai Railway.

Nara Railway (between Kizu Station and Nara Station)

  • 1896/(29th year of Meiji)4/18 : Nara Railway The section between Kizu Station and Nara Station (4M32C ≒ 7.08km) has been extended and opened.Kyoto Station --All traffic between Nara Station.
  • 1902/(35th year of Meiji)11/12: Simplified the unit of business distance from mile chain to mile only (4M32C → 4.4M).
  • 1905/(38th year of Meiji)2/7: Nara Railway transfers the line to Kansai Railway.

Kansai Railway

  • 1888/(Meiji21) March 3: License issued to Kansai Railway.
  • 1890 (23th year of Meiji)
    • 2/19 : Kansai Railway Mikumo Station --Tsuge Station opens due to the opening of Tsuge Station.
    • 12/25: Tsuge Station-Yokkaichi Station (26M50C ≒ 42.85km) is extended and opened.Seki Station, Kameyama Station, Kawarada Station, Yokkaichi Station open.At Yokkaichi StationNippon Yusen OfRouteConnected to.
  • 1892 (25th year of Meiji)2/6: Takamiya Station (currently Kasado Station) opens.
  • 1893/(26th year of Meiji)6/15: Obtained a license between Kuwana Station and Nagoya Station.
  • 1894 (27th year of Meiji)7/5: Yokkaichi Station-Kuwana Temporary Stop (7M30C ≒ 11.87km) is extended and opened.Tomita Station / Kuwana temporary stop opens.
  • 1895/(28th year of Meiji)
    • 1/28: Obtained a license between Tsuge Station and Nara Station.
    • 5/24: Nagoya Station-Maegasu Station (10M21C ≒ 16.52km), Kuwana Temporary Station-Kuwana Station (64C ≒ 1.29km) opened.Kanie Station, Maegasu Station (currently Yatomi Station), and Kuwana Station are open.Kuwana temporary stop is abolished.
    • 11/7: Yatomi Station-Kuwana Station (4M53C ≒ 7.50km) has been extended and opened, and Nagoya Station-Kusatsu Station is fully open.Maegasu station changed its name to Yatomi station.
  • 1896/(29th year of Meiji)
  • 1897/(30th year of Meiji)
    • 1/15: Tsuge Station-Ueno Station (9M8C ≒ 14.65km) opened as a branch line.Sanagu Station / Ueno Station (currently Iga-Ueno Station) opens.
    • 11/11: Branch line between Ueno Station and Kamo Station (16M26C ≒ 26.27km) is extended and opened.Shimagahara Station, Ogawara Station, Kasagi Station, Kamo Station opened.
  • 1898/(31th year of Meiji)
    • 4/19: Branch line Kamo station-Daibutsu station (5M35C ≒ 8.75km) opened, Nagoya station-Kamo station is changed to main line, Tsuge station-Kusatsu station is changed to branch line.Daibutsu Station opens.
    • 11/18: Kamo Station-Shin Kizu Station is extended and openedAmishimaRoute to the direction (laterKatamachi Line).Direct trains start operation between Nagoya Station and Amishima Station.
  • 1899 (32th year of Meiji)
    • 5/21: Branch line Daibutsu Station-Nara Station (57C ≒ 1.15km) has been extended and opened, and Nagoya Station-Nara Station is fully open.
    • October 10: The distance between Kamo Station and Nara Station is extended by 23C (≈11km).
    • November 11: Nagashima Station opens.
  • 1900 (33th year of Meiji)
    • June 6: Osaka Railway transfers the line to Kansai Railway.Nagoya Station-Daibutsu Station-Minatomachi Station is changed to the main line, and Kamo Station-Amishima Station is changed to the branch line.
    • 9/1: The main line for train operation has changed between Nagoya Station-Daibutsu Station-Minatomachi Station.
  • 1901/(34th year of Meiji)
    • 1/25: Reduced by 4C (≈0.08km) on all lines.
    • October 10: The unit of business distance was simplified from the mile chain to miles only (between Nagoya Station and Minatomachi Station 12M106C → 67M).
  • 1903/(36th year of Meiji)
    • January 1: Tennoji Station-Minatomachi Station is double tracked.
    • 2/1: Takamiya station changed its name to Kasado station.
    • March 3: 1thNational Business ExpositionAlong with the event, the branch line between Tennoji Station and the Expo Station will open.Expo station opens.Tennoji Station-Imamiya Station also has an exhibition boarding area.
    • 11/1: Branch line Tennoji station-Exposition station is abolished.The exhibition station and the boarding area attached to the exhibition are abolished.
  • 1905/(Meiji 38) February 2: Nara Railway transfers the line to Kansai Railway.
  • 1907/(40th year of Meiji)
    • 7/1: Tomitahama temporary stop opens (open only in summer).
    • 8/21: Kamo Station-Kizu Station (no miles set) opened.Kamo Station-Daibutsu Station-Nara Station, Kamo Station-Shin Kizu Station are closed.Daibutsu station is closed.

After nationalization

  • 1907/(40th year of Meiji)
    • 10/1: Kansai Railway is nationalized.
    • November 11: Set miles between Kamo Station and Kizu Station (1M ≒ 3.7km).Kamo Station-Daibutsu Station-Nara Station (5.95M ≒ 6.1km), Kamo Station-Shin Kizu Station are officially abolished.
  • 1908/(41th year of Meiji)
    • March 3: Double track between Kashiwara Station and Tennoji Station.
    • 10/7: Relief signal station opened between Koriyama station and Horyuji station.
    • 11/5: Relief signal station abolished.
  • 1909/(42th year of Meiji)
    • 4/1: Shiki Station / Kami Station /Hyakusai Station(First generation) opened.Between Kashiwara Station and Minatomachi Station, for the first time at the Railway InstituteSteam vehicleIt is a new station that accompanies the start of operation, and was initially a station that handles passengers only for section trains by diesel trains.
    • 6/1: Aichi station is abolished and integrated into Nagoya station.
    • 10/12 : National Railway Track NameBy enactment, between Nagoya Station-Nara Station-Minatomachi StationKansai Main LineBecomes
  • 1910/(43th year of Meiji)12/1: Kyuhoji Station opens.
  • 1911/(Meiji 44) November 11: Aoya signal station opened between Oji station and Kashiwara station.
  • 1914/(Taisho3 years)3/20: Kizu Station-Nara Station is double tracked.
  • 1915/(Taisho 4)
    • 2/13: Kizu Station-Saki Temporary Signal Station opened between Nara Station.
    • 6/7: Saki temporary signal station is abolished.
  • 1916/(Taisho 5) September 9: Ueno Station was renamed to Iga-Ueno Station.
  • 1918/(Taisho 7)7/15: Nagoya Station-Kanie Station opened Hatta Signal Station.
  • 1920/(Taisho 9)
    • 8/25: Yamato-Koizumi Station opens.
    • 12/21: Freight branch line Yokkaichi Station-Yokkaichi Port Station (1.1M ≒ 1.77km) opened.Yokkaichi Port Station opens as a freight station.
  • 1921/(Taisho 10) July 7: Shindo Station opens.
  • 1922/(Taisho 11) April 4: All signal stations are changed to signal boxes.
  • 1923/(Taisho 12)12/15: Aotani signal box-Double track between Kashiwara station.
  • 1924/(Taisho 13)
    • 3/30: Oji Station-Double track between Aoya signal box[25].
    • 8/10: Kizu Station-Nara Station opened a temporary signal box (first generation) (the date of abolition is unknown).
  • 1925/(Taisho 14)
    • 6/16: Koriyama Station-Yamato-Koizumi Station is double tracked.
    • 8/26: Nara Station-Double track between Koriyama Station.
  • 1926/(Taisho 15)
    • 1/10: The temporary signal box (2nd generation) is opened (the date of abolition is unknown).
    • 4/30: Yamato-Koizumi Station-Horyuji Station is double tracked.
    • 7/22: Horyuji Station-Double track between Oji Station.
  • 1927/(Showa2 years)
    • April 4: Aotani signal field is changed to a station and Kawachi-Katakami station opens.
    • 5/1: Kuwana Station-Asahi signal field opens between Asahi stations.
    • June 6: The Zenta signal box opens between Kanie Station and Yatomi Station.
  • 1928/(3)
    • February 2: Hatta signal field is changed to a station and Hatta station opens.
    • March 3: Tomidahama temporary stop was changed to a station and Tomidahama station opened.
    • April 4: Nakazaike Signal Station opens between Kada Station and Tsuge Station.
    • July 7: The Hinaga signal box opens between Yokkaichi station and Kawarada station, and the Kida signal box opens between Kawarada station and Kasato station.
    • December 12: Imamiya Station on the Freight Branch Line- Naniwa Station - Osakako StationThe space (5.2M ≒ 8.37km) was opened (later incorporated into the Osaka Loop Line and became a freight branch line of the same line).
  • 1929/(4)
    • February 2: The station was changed to the Zenta signal box and Eiwa station opened.
    • 5/20: Idagawa Station opens.
  • 1930/(Showa 5) April 4: Changed the unit of business distance from miles to meters (Nagoya Station-Minatomachi Station 1M → 108.8km, Yokkaichi Station-Yokkaichi Port Station 175.1M → 1.1km, Imamiya Station-Osaka Between port stations 1.7M → 5.2km).
  • 1931/(6)
    • 7/7: Tomidahama Station --Umaokoshi temporary stop opens between Yokkaichi Station[26].
    • 7/8: Shokakuji signal field (first generation) opened between Kami Station and Hirano Station[27].
  • 1932/(7)
    • 1/27: Oji Station-Kamenose signal box opened between Kawachi-Katakami Station.
    • February 2: Between Oji Station and Kawachi-Katakami StationKamenose tunnelWas deformed due to a landslide, making it unusable, and the section was cut off.
    • 2/20: Kamenose east exit temporary stop (changed from Kamenose signal box) at the east exit of Kamenose tunnel, Kamenose west exit temporary stop at the west exit.Oji Station-Kamenose East Exit Temporary Stops and Kamenose West Exit Temporary Stops will resume operation, and both temporary stops will be connected on foot.
    • June 6: 1m south of Kashiwara Station,Osaka Electric OrbitSakurai Line (currentKintetsu Osaka Line)Ando StationKashiwabara in the place adjacent toTemporary boarding / alighting areaWas installed, and Shimoda Station on the same line and Wakayama Line (currentlyKashiba Station) And SangÅ« Express Shimoda Station, alternative transportation for non-communication sections started.
    • August 8: Yokkaichi Station-Kilometer break (+ 1km) between Yokkaichi Port Station.
    • 12/31: Oji Station, which was closed --- Kawachi-Katakami Station was switched to a new line on the opposite bank of the Yamato River and restored on a single track.Fujii signal box opens on the way.
  • 1933/(8)
    • January 1: The Kamenose East Exit Temporary Stop, Kamenose West Exit Temporary Stop, and Kashiwara Temporary Boarding Stop are abolished.
    • October 10: Saho temporary signal box opens between Kizu Station and Nara Station[28].
    • 11/28: Oji Station-Double track between Fujii signal box[28].
  • 1935/(10)12/30: Fujii signal box --Double track between Kawachi-Katakami station.Fujii signal box is abolished.
  • 1936/(Showa 11) January 1: Saho temporary signal box abolished[28].
  • 1938/(Showa 13) October 10: Between Yao Station and Kyuhoji StationRyuka marshalling yardEstablished.
  • 1939/(14)10/15: Shokakuji signal field (first generation) is abolished.
  • 1941/(16)7/25: Shokakuji signal field (2nd generation) opened between Kami Station and Hirano Station.
  • 1944/(19)
    • June 6: The freight branch line between Yokkaichi Station and Shiohama Station (1km) opens.Shiohama Station opens as a freight station.
    • November 11: Nara Station-Oji Station is single track due to material supply[29].
  • 1945/(20)11/25: Ibigawa temporary signal box opened between Nagashima station and Kuwana station.
  • 1946/(Showa 21) May 5: The Ibigawa temporary signal box is abolished.
  • 1947/(22)
    • March 3: Saho signal field (first generation) opened between Kizu Station and Nara Station.
    • October: Shiki station is closed.
  • 1948/(23)8/30: Umaokoshi temporary stop is abolished[30].
  • 1949/(Showa 24) March 3: Kida signal box was changed to a station and Suzuka station (currently Kawano station) opened.
  • 1950/(25) October 10: Tokyo Station-Minatomachi StationToba StationThe night express train started operation between them.Next month "YamatoIs named.
  • 1951/(26)12/28: Tsukigaseguchi Station opens.
  • 1952/(Showa 27) October 9: Freight branch line (Hanwa Freight Line) Yao Station --Ryuka Train Station --Sugimotocho Station (11.3km) opened.
  • 1953/(Showa 28) November 11: The Toba formation of the express "Yamato" is "IseSeparated as.
  • 1954/(Showa 29) June 6: Between Tomidahama Station and Yokkaichi Station,Sanki RailwayUmaokoshi Station, which only stops direct trains at Yokkaichi Station, opens.
  • 1955/(Showa 30) March 3: Semi-express train between Nagoya Station and Minatomachi Station (later Kiha 22 and Kiroha 50)Kiha 44600 type, Kiroha 47000 type) Is input.It will be the first railcar-powered train of the Japanese National Railways.
  • 1956/(31)
    • 3/15: Freight branch line Naniwa station-Osaka Toko station (3.0km) opened.
    • September 9: Seki Station-Kada Station, a down train rides on the collapsed earth and sand, and a passenger car falls into the river.27 dead (8 passengers, 5 staff), 3 injured. "Kansai Main Line train derailment submerged accidentSee.
    • November 11: Kamo Station-Kizu Station changed from via Kaseyama Tunnel to via Fudoyama Tunnel.
    • November 11: Saho signal field (first generation) is abolished.
  • 1958/(Showa 33) November 11: The semi-express train between Nagoya Station and Minatomachi Station is "KasugaIs named.
  • 1959/(34)
    • July 7: Tokyo Station- Shingu StationExpress betweenNachi"Starts operation.In the Kansai Main Line, it will be operated in combination with "Ise".
    • 9/26 : Isewan TyphoonDue to this, it will be seriously damaged mainly in Aichi and Mie prefectures.
    • 10/10: Kuwana Station-Yokkaichi Station is restored.The non-communication section is between Hatta Station and Kuwana Station.
    • 10/30: Hatta Station-Kanie Station is restored.
    • November 11: Kanie Station-Eiwa Station is restored.
    • November 11: Restoration completed with the opening of the section between Eiwa Station and Kuwana Station[31].
  • 1961/(36)
    • February 2: Horyuji Station-Oji Station is re-double tracked[32].
    • 3/6: Koriyama Station-Horyuji Station is re-double tracked[32].
    • 3/21: Nara Station-Koriyama Station is re-double tracked[32].
    • 4/25: Freight branch line Imamiya Station-Naniwa Station-Osaka Port Station (8.2km), Naniwa Station-Osaka Toko Station (3.0km) are incorporated into the Osaka Loop Line.
    • 10/11: Shiki station moved 0.2km closer to Yao and resumed business.
    • 12/10: Nara Station-Minatomachi Station is unified as a diesel train except for some direct trains from other lines[33]..Shokakuji signal field (2nd generation) is abolished.
  • 1963/(38)
    • April 4: Kami Station relocated 1km to the plains.
    • September 9: Kudara Station (first generation), which had been suspended since around 10, was abolished.
    • October 10: Opened (1km) between Hirano Station on the Freight Branch Line and Kudara Station (2nd generation, now Kudara Freight Terminal Station).Kudara Station (1.4nd generation) opens as a freight station.Hinaga signal box was changed to a station and Minami-Yokkaichi station opened.
  • 1964/(39)
    • October 10: Umaokoshi station is abolished.
    • 11/24: Freight branch line Kudara Station-Kudara Market Station (2.1km) opened.Kudara Shijo Station opens as a freight station.
  • 1965/(40) March 3: Passenger business begins between Yao Station and Sugimotocho Station on the Hanwa Freight Line.Nagoya Station- Towakayama StationIn the meantime, via the Hanwa Freight Line, the railcar limited express "Asuka"Started operation.
  • 1966/(41)3/5: Semi-express "Kasuga" becomes an express.
  • 1967/(42)
    • February 2: Hirano Station-The down line between Tennoji Station is elevated[34].
    • September 9: Hirano Station-The up line between Tennoji Station is elevated[35].
    • October 10: Limited express "Asuka" is abolished.
  • 1968/(43)
    • 3/22: Tennoji Station-Shin-Imamiya Station has been double-tracked and separated from the Osaka Loop Line.
    • October 10: Express "Yamato" "Ise" "Nachi" are integrated and express "Kii"Starts operation.The express train "Kasuga" between Nara Station and Minatomachi Station will be fast, leaving one uphill.
  • 1970/(Showa 45) October 10: Nagashima Station, Tomidahama Station, and Suzuka Station become unmanned stations.
  • 1971/(Showa 46) April 4: Abolished the use of steam locomotives between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station.
  • 1972/(47)
    • March 3: Stops at Shin-Imamiya Station.The trains departing from and arriving at Oji Station and Toba Station on the express "Kii" are abolished.
    • 9/27: Chomei signal field-Double track between Tomita station[36].
  • 1973/(48)
    • 7/10: Suzuka station renamed Kawano station.
    • October 10: Nara Station-Minatomachi Station is electrified[37], Kameyama Station-Steam locomotive completely abolished between Nara Station[38].
    • October 10: The operating section of the express "Kasuga" is shortened between Nagoya Station and Nara Station.
    • October 10: Rapid train (predecessor of Yamatoji rapid train) starts direct operation to Osaka Loop Line only on holidays[38].
  • 1974/(49) July 7: Weekday rapid trains also start direct operation to the Osaka Loop Line[39].
  • 1977/(52)1/31: Nagashima Station-Double track between Kuwana Station[40].
  • 1979/(54)8/1: Nagoya Station-Hata Station is electrified[41](Start of electrification business1982/5/17).
  • 1980/(55)
    • 3/3: Misato Station opens.
    • 3/24: Yatomi Station-Nagashima Station is double tracked[42].
  • 1982/(57)
    • 5/17: Hatta Station-Kameyama Station is electrified[43].
    • February 8:Typhoon 10Due to the torrential rain, Oji Station and Oji Motive Power Depot will be inundated.[44].
    • September 9: Automatic signaling between Tsuge Station and Kasagi Station[44].
    • October 10: Automatic signaling between Kameyama Station and Tsuge Station[44].
  • 1983/(58)
  • 1984/(59)
    • February 2: The section between Kudara Freight Terminal Station and Kudara Market Station (1km) is abolished.
    • September 9: Saho signal field (1nd generation) opens between Kizu Station and Nara Station[45].
    • October 10: The section between Kizu Station and Nara Station is electrified.
  • 1985/(60)
    • March 3: Freight branch line Yokkaichi Station-Yokkaichi Port Station (14km) abolished[46]..Shin-Imamiya Station-Freight business between Minatomachi Station is abolished.
    • 8/29: Takaida station opens.
    • December 12: Narayama Station opens.
  • 1986/(61)
    • 7/21 : Torrential rainCaused a large-scale landslide between Ogawara Station and Kamo Station[47]..There will be no communication between the stations[47].
    • September 9: Resuming operation between Ogawara Station and Kamo Station[48].
    • November 11: The Ryuka signal box was changed to a signal box and the Ryuka signal box was opened.

After JNR division and privatization (after JR)

  • 1987/(Showa 62) April 4:Privatization of the national railway divisionTherefore, it becomes as follows.
    • Central Japan Railway Company succeeds the section between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station (59.9km).
    • West Japan Railway Company succeeds Kameyama Station-Minatocho Station (115.2km), Yao Station-Ryuka Signal Station-Sugimotocho Station (11.3km).
    • Japan Freight Railway is a first-class railway operator between Yokkaichi Station-Shiohama Station (3.3km), Hirano Station-Hyakusai Station (1.4km), Nagoya Station-Kameyama Station (59.9km), Kizu Station-Shin-Imamiya Station ( 45.5km), Ryuka Signal Station-Became a second-class railway operator between Sugimotocho Station (10.5km).
    • Cargo business abolished between Kameyama Station and Kizu Station.
  • 1988/(63)
    • 3/13: Kamo Station-Kizu Station electrification.Between Kamo Station and Minatomachi StationYamato LineStarted using the nickname of.Kamo Station-The rapid train between the Osaka Loop Line has been changed to the Yamatoji rapid train.Rapid trains departing from and arriving at Minatomachi Station during the day (passing through Koriyama Station and Yamato-Koizumi Station)[49]..Kamo Station / Kizu Station-Start of operation of Yamatoji Liner between Minatomachi Station and Osaka Station[49].
    • 4/24 - 10/23: "Nara Silk Road ExpoWith the holding of the Osaka Loop LineNishikujo StationThe route connecting the Osaka Loop Line and the Umeda Freight Line has been opened by changing the wiring on the premises, and the temporary rapid "Silk Road" has changed the destination between Kamo Station and Nara Station-Shin-Osaka Station ) And again from Nara Station via the Hanwa Freight LineKisei Main LineTemporary rapid trains to Gobo station are operated respectively.
  • 1989/(HeiseiFirst year)
    • 3/11: The section rapid train that goes directly to the Osaka Loop Line (local trains on the loop line) starts operation.Expanded direct operation with the Osaka Loop Line even after the evening.The rapid trains that stop at Koriyama Station and Yamato-Koizumi Station and the rapid trains that go directly to the Wakayama Line and Sakurai Line have been changed to section rapid trains.
    • 4/10: 221 series train started operation at Yamatoji Rapid.
    • November 11: Tobushijo-mae Station opens.
    • December 12: Minatomachi station relocated and changed kilometers (-28km).
  • 1990/(2)
    • 3/10: Rapid "Mie" starts operation.Expanded the rapid train section directly connected to the Osaka Loop Line to the morning.
    • June 6: One-man operation started between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station[50].
  • 1992/(4)3/14: The vehicle used for the limited express "Nanki" has been replaced from the Kiha 82 series railcar to the Kiha 85 series railcar (wide view).[51]..As a result, regular limited express trains using Kiha 82 series railcars have disappeared from all over the country.
  • 1993/(5)
    • 2/10: Started using ATS-P (transponder method) between Oji Station and Minatomachi Station[52].
    • 7/24: Tomidahama Station-Double track between Yokkaichi Station.
    • August 8: Haruta signal box opens between Hatta station and Kanie station, and Shiratori signal box opens between Eiwa station and Yatomi station.Replaced the rapid "Mie" from Kiha 1/58 series railcars to Kiha 65 series railcars.Kiha 75 type pneumatic vehicle started operation between Kameyama station and Nara station[19].
  • 1994/(6)9/4: Minatomachi station renamed to JR Namba station.KIXWith the opening of the port, JR Namba Station- Kansai Airport StationBetweenKansai RapidStarted operation.Osaka Loop Line at Tennoji StationKyobashi StationIt was merged and divided with Kansai Airport Rapid Service.
  • 1996/(8)
    • March 3: Imamiya station is elevated and JR Namba station is underground due to continuous grade crossing project[53].
    • 10/5: Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station, Saturdays that were operated on weekday schedules will now be operated on holiday schedules.[54].
  • 1997/(9)
    • March 3: Kyuhoji Station becomes a rapid train stop.The number of direct trains on the Wakayama Line has increased (all rapid trains departing from and arriving at JR Namba Station during the daytime will be the section between Takada Station and JR Namba Station on the Wakayama Line, and the rapid trains passing through Koriyama Station and Yamato Koizumi Station will disappear).
    • 7/28: Ryuka signal field was abolished and integrated into Yao station.
    • September 9: Kyuhoji Station's down-passing line begins to be used[55].
  • 1998/(10)
    • March 3: Kyuhoji Station's upbound siding line begins to be used[56].
    • 9/28: Hatta Station-Fushiya signal box opened between Haruta signal box.
  • 1999/(11)
    • 5/10: Kansai Airport Rapid Service departing from and arriving at JR Namba Station at Tennoji Station, Osaka Loop Line departing from and arriving at Kyobashi Station Canceled the merger and division with Kansai Airport Rapid Service, and operated between JR Namba Station and Kansai Airport Station by JR Namba Station. Become.
  • 2001/(13)
    • 1/14: CTC introduced between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station.
    • March 3: Haruta signal box changed to a station and Haruta station opens[57]..One-man operation started between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station[18]..Kyuhoji Station becomes Yamatoji Rapid Stop[58].
  • 2002/(14)4/7: Hatta station was elevated and moved 0.5km toward Nagoya.
  • 2003/(15) April 4: Japan Freight Railway's second-class railway business (Kizu Station-Hirano Station 1km, Ryuka Signal Station-Sugimotocho Station 40.6km) abolished[59].
  • 2004/(16)
    • July 7: Freight branch line (Hanwa Freight Line) Yao Station-Sugimotocho Station is suspended.
    • 10/18: Women-only cars introduced between Nara Station and JR Namba Station[60].
  • 2005/(17)1/30: Fushiya signal box is abolished.
  • 2006/(18)
    • 3/18: Express "Kasuga" is abolished[61]..Abolished train exchange at Nakazaike Signal Field.
    • April 4: JR Freight's second-class railway business (1km between Hirano Station and Shin-Imamiya Station) is abolished.
    • 12/16: Started using ATS-P (base P method) between Kamo Station and Oji Station[62].
  • 2008/(20)
    • February 3:Osaka East LineWith the opening of Nara Station-Amagasaki Station on the Osaka East LineJR Tozai LineThe direct rapid train that drives via the train starts operation. The section rapid train departing from and arriving at JR Namba Station has been changed to rapid train (the same stop station). Kansai Airport Rapid Service departing from and arriving at JR Namba Station is abolished.
    • 6/29: Nara Station Kansai Main Line platform elevated (Fully elevated including Sakurai Line platform completed on March 2010, 3[63]).
  • 2009/(21)
    • March 3: Increased daytime rapid trains between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station.
    • 3/31: Freight branch line (Hanwa freight line) Yao Station-Sugimotocho Station 11.3km abolished[64].
    • July 7: At each station between Kizu Station and JR Namba Station, the smoking area on the platform was abolished and smoking was completely prohibited.[65].
    • October 10: Introduced Osaka Loop Line / Yamatoji Line operation management system between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station[66].
  • 2010/(22)
    • 2/14: Misato Station-Kawachi-Katakami Station and Kawachi-Katakami Station-Takaida StationJoyful Trainof"AsukaA total of 19 railroad lines were suspended due to the invasion of several railroad fans who tried to shoot the train, and a total of 26 railroad lines were delayed by up to about 40 minutes, affecting about 1 people.[67].
      • In this case, JR WestOsaka Prefectural PoliceThe damage report is submitted to the investigation[68],MediaThe manners of railroad fans were widely reported and posted on the publisher's website.[69].
    • December 12: Due to organizational changes, the distance between Kamo Station and JR Namba StationOsaka branchChanged to the jurisdiction of Kinki Headquarters[70].
  • 2011/(23)
    • 3/12: Hirano Station-Electrification between Kudara Station.Due to the timetable revision, the daytime operation mode between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station will be changed, and the Yamatoji Liner will be abolished.[71].
    • April 4: Women-only cars are set up every day between Nara Station and JR Namba Station[72].
  • 2013/(25)3/16: Renamed Kudara Freight Terminal Station to Kudara Freight Terminal Station.
  • 2015/(27) March 3: Full-scale introduction of line symbols in the JR West section[73].
  • 2017/(29)
    • 10/22 : Typhoon 21Due to the influence of, a crack on the side of the railroad track and a collapse of the slope of the embankment occurred between Kada Station and Tsuge Station.Kameyama Station-Kamo Station is closed[74][75]..In the same sectionBus agencyStarted transportation.
    • November 11: Tsuge Station-Resumed operation between Kamo Station,Bus agencyShorten the transportation section between Kameyama Station and Tsuge Station[75][76].
  • 2018/(30)
    • 1/9: Kameyama Station-Tsuge Station resumes operation[77][78].
    • March: Introduced station numbering in the JR Central section[9].
  • 2019/(ReiwaNovember 11: The command center moves from the Kameyama command center to the Osaka General Command Center, and the Nakazaike Signal Field is also abolished.[79].
  • 2020/(2nd year of Reiwa)
    • February 7:July 2nd year of heavy rainKameyama Station-Kamo Station was temporarily closed due to a fallen tree due to the influence of[80],Kashiwara CityThe scaffolding at the construction site of the new government office building collapsed on the railroad tracks due to strong winds, and the section between Oji Station and JR Namba Station was closed all day.[81].
  • 2021/(Reiwa 3rd year) March 3: IC card "ICOCA" will be available at all stations between Kamo Station and Kameyama Station[8].

Future plans / plans

  • Nara Prefecture has begun to elevate the railway between Nara Station and Koriyama Station within the "Yamatoji Line" section.In this project, between Nara Station and Koriyama Station (Kyonawa ExpresswayIt has also been revealed that a new station will be built near the Nara IC (tentative name).Detail is"Yamatoji Line #Railway elevated and new station installation planSee.
  • There is a request for electrification and double tracking between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station, which is a non-electrified section, and Mie Prefecture plays a central role in "Kansai Main Line Double Track Electrification Promotion AllianceIs formed.In 2004, the Kinki Regional Transport Council Report No. 8 recommended that the area east of Kamo be electrified.

Station list

(Currency) indicates freight-only stations, and other stations marked with ◆ ・ ◇ indicate freight handling stations (◇ indicates no regular freight trains).

JR Tokai

Here, only the station names between Nagoya Station and Kameyama Station, which are under the jurisdiction of JR Central, and the kilometers of the main stations are listed.For details on connecting lines and stops, see "Kansai Line (Nagoya area)"checking.

() Is the business kilometer from the starting point

Nagoya Station◇ (0.0km)-(Sasashima signal field)- Hatta Station - Haruta Station - Kanie Station - Eiwa Station -(Swan signal)- Yatomi Station - Nagashima Station - Kuwana Station (23.8km)-(Morning light signal field)- Asahi station - Tomita Station - Tomitahama Station - Yokkaichi Station◆ (37.2km)- Minami-Yokkaichi Station◇- Kawarada Station (44.1km) Kawakuma Station - Kasato Station - Idagawa Station - Kameyama Station (59.9km)

JR West Japan

Between Kameyama Station and Kamo Station

  • Only regular trains operate in this section (stops at all stations)
  • All sections single track, all stationsTrain exchangePossible
station nameBetween stations
Operating kilo
Cumulative
Operating kilo
Connection routeAddress
Kameyama
から
Nagoya
から
Kameyama Station-0.059.9Tokai passenger railway : JR Central Kansai Line.svg Kansai Main Line (toward Nagoya)(CJ17) ・Kisei Main LineMieKameyama City
Seki Station5.75.765.6 
Kada Station5.411.171.0 
Tsuge Station8.920.079.9West Japan Railway Company : JRW kinki-C.svg Kusatsu LineIga City
Shindo Station6.226.286.1 
Sanagu Station4.430.690.5 
Iga Ueno Station4.034.694.5Iga Railway : Iga Line (Ninja Line)
Shimagahara Station7.341.9101.8 
Tsukigaseguchi Station3.044.9104.8 KyotoSoraku-gunMinamiyamashiro Village
Okawara Station4.048.9108.8 
Kasagi Station5.454.3114.2 Kasagi
Kamo Station6.761.0120.9West Japan Railway:JRW kinki-Q.svg Kansai Main Line (Yamato Line NaraToward) (JR-Q39)Kizugawa

Of the intermediate stations in this section (excluding both ends), Iga-Ueno station is JR West.Directly operated station, Seki Station / Kada StationMujin-eki, Other intermediate stationsSimple consignment station.

Between Kamo Station and JR Namba Station

Here, only the station name and the kilometer of the main station are described.For details on connecting lines and stops, see "Yamatoji Line # Station List"checking.

() Indicates business kilometers from Nagoya Station

Kamo Station (120.9km) Kizu Station (126.9km) Heijoyama Station -(Saho Signal Hall)- Nara Station (133.9km) Koriyama Station - Yamatokoizumi Station - Horyuji Station - Oji Station (149.3km) Misato Station - Kawachi-Katakami Station - Takaida Station - Kashiwara Station - Shiki Station - Yao Station - Kyuhoji Station (164.3km) Kami Station - Hirano Station (167.5km) Tobu market station - Tennoji Station (171.4km) Shin-Imamiya Station - Imamiya Station - JR Namba Station (174.9km)

JR freight

station nameOperating kiloConnection routeAddress
Between Yokkaichi Station and Shiohama Station
Yokkaichi Station0.0Central Japan Railway Company: Kansai Main Line (Main Line)Mie
Yokkaichi
(Currency)Shiohama Station3.3 
Between Hirano Station and Kudara Freight Terminal Station
Hirano Station0.0West Japan Railway Company: Kansai Main Line (Main Line) ・Katamachi LineFreight branch lineOsaka
Osaka
Hirano Ward
(Currency)Baekje Freight Terminal Station1.4 Higashi Sumiyoshi Ward

Abolished section

The number in parentheses is the business kilometer from the starting point.

Freight branch line (closed in 1985)
Yokkaichi Station (0.0km) --Yokkaichi Port Station (2.5km)[46]
■Yokkaichi StationOutside the premisesLateral lineAs existing as.
Old line (abolished in 1907)
Kamo Station (0.00km)- Daibutsu Station (8.69km) --Nara Station (9.82km)
Freight branch line (closed in 1984)
Baekje Station (0.0km)- Baekje Market Station (2.1km)
Freight branch line (Hanwa Freight Line・ Abolished in 2009)
Yao Station (0.0km)- Sugimotocho Station (11.3km)

Abandoned station

The numbers in parentheses are the business kilometers starting from Nagoya Station.

  • Aichi Station: Between Nagoya Station and Hatta Station[82](About 0.6km)
  • Kuwana Temporary Stop: Kuwana Station-Between the Asahi Signal Station, the location isKuwana CityEba (about 25.1km)
  • Umaokoshi Station: Tomidahama Station-Yokkaichi Station (35.8km)…Sanki RailwayIt was a stop only for direct trains
  • Inabayama Temporary Stop: Misato Station-Kawachi-Katakami Station (approx. 151.5km)
  • Kamese Temporary Stop: Misato Station-Kawachi-Katakami Station (approx. 152.8km)
  • Kamenose East Exit Temporary Stop: Misato Station-Kawachi-Katakami Station (151.7km)
  • Kamenose West Exit Temporary Stop: Misato Station-Kawachi-Katakami Station (153.0km)
  • Temporary boarding / alighting station at Kashiwara: Between Takaida Station and Kashiwara Station (157.9km)
  • Hyakusai Station (first generation): Tobushijo-mae Station-Tennoji Station (169.3km)

Abolished signal box

The numbers in parentheses are the business kilometers starting from Nagoya Station.

  • Fushiya Signal Box: Between Hatta Station and Haruta Station (6.2km)
  • Ibigawa Temporary Signal Box: Between Nagashima Station and Kuwana Station (21.9km)
  • Nakazaike Signal Field: Between Kada Station and Tsuge Station (75.6km)
  • Temporary signal box for the city ruins: Between Narayama Station and Saho signal box (about 130.7km)
  • Saki Temporary Signal Station: Saho Signal Station-Between Nara Station (approx. 131.5km)
  • Relief signal station: Yamato-Koizumi station-Horyuji station (about 143.5km)
  • Fujii Signal Box: Misato Station-Kawachi-Katakami Station (151.8km)
  • Ryuka marshalling yard: Between Yao Station and Kyuhoji Station (163.9km)
  • Shokakuji Signal Station (166.9st generation): Between Kami Station and Hirano Station (XNUMXkm)
  • Shokakuji signal field (2nd generation): Between Kami Station and Hirano Station (167.4km)

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注 釈

  1. ^ a b The basic business plan submitted to the Ministry of Transport at the time of privatization, supervised by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismRailway handbook] And "JR West as seen from the data" published by JR West does not include the section between Tennoji Station and Shin-Imamiya Station on the Osaka Loop Line.According to this, the section between Tennoji Station and Shin-Imamiya Station is a double track on the Kansai Main Line, but if it is a mode of operation, the double track section is between Kizu Station and JR Namba Station.
  2. ^ Initially it was the 4th Saturday, but since April 2005 it has been changed to the 4nd Saturday.

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  47. ^ a b “One or two months to recover”. Traffic newspaper (Transportation Cooperation Association): p. 2. (March 1986, 7) 
  48. ^ "Recovery of disaster" Kansai Line "tomorrow". Traffic newspaper (Transportation Cooperation Association): p. 3. (March 1986, 8) 
  49. ^ a b "Six JR passenger companies and new freight train schedule confirmed". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 1987, 12) 
  50. ^ "JR Diesel Car Passenger Car Organization Table 2010" edited by JRKotsu Shimbun, 2010.ISBN 978-4-330-14710-9 .
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  52. ^ "Start using ATS-P type JR Yamatoji Line between Oji and Minatomachi". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 1993, 2) 
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  56. ^ About the 10 spring timetable revision 3. Urban Network (3) Yamatoji Line / Wakayama Line(Internet Archive)-West Japan Railway Company Press Release August 1997, 12
  57. ^ "Birth of Haruta Station on the Kansai Line". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 2001, 3) 
  58. ^ -About the timetable revision in March 13-3. Yamatoji Line Yamatoji Rapid stops at Kyuhoji!(Internet Archive)-West Japan Railway Company Press Release December 2000, 12
  59. ^ "JR Diesel Car Passenger Car Organization Table" 05 Edition JR R 2005 ISBN-4 88283-126-0
  60. ^ Expand "women-only cars" to Hanwa and Yamatoji lines(Internet Archive) West Japan Railway Company Press Release July 2004, 7
  61. ^ 18 Spring Timetable Revision (Attachment Details) (PDF) (Internet Archive)-West Japan Railway Company Press Release December 2005, 12
  62. ^ Started using Yamatoji Line ATS-P (Keihanshin area)(Internet Archive)-West Japan Railway Company Press Release August 2006, 12
  63. ^ About 22 spring time schedule revision (PDF) --West Japan Railway Company Osaka Branch Press Release December 2009, 12
  64. ^ About submission of railway business abolition advance notification form on the Kansai Line (between Yao and Sugimotocho)(Internet Archive)-West Japan Railway Company Press Release August 2009, 2
  65. ^ Regarding smoking cessation of all seats on conventional line limited express trains and expansion of smoking cessation of conventional line homes(Internet Archive)-West Japan Railway Company Press Release August 2009, 3
  66. ^ About the start of use of the Osaka Loop Line / Yamatoji Line operation management system --West Japan Railway Company Press Release
  67. ^ Invading the "Taketetsu" railroad track Rapid train stuck for 30 minutes(Internet Archive)- Asahi Shimbun 2010/2/14
  68. ^ Follow the investigation rules for "Taketetsu"! To identify "10 people"(Internet Archive) -Asahi Shimbun February 2010, 2
  69. ^ Requests and notices from the editorial department of "Railway Fan" to readers --Koyusha "Railway Fan" ・ railf.jp February 2010, 2
  70. ^ About organizational reform etc. -West Japan Railway Press Release December 2010, 11
  71. ^ About 23 spring time schedule revision (PDF) --West Japan Railway Company Kinki Headquarters Press Release December 2010, 12
  72. ^ About all-day and all-day women-only cars - About review of train operation plan due to shortage of vehicle maintenance parts --West Japan Railway Company Press Release March 2011, 3, April 4, 2011
  73. ^ Full-scale use of station numbers begins in JR West --"Railway Fan" Koyusha railf.jp Railroad News, March 2014, 3.
  74. ^ Kansai Line Future Operation Plan -West Japan Railway Press Release December 2017, 10
  75. ^ a b Part of the Kansai Main Line has resumed ... JR West, from November 11st -Response, December 2017, 10
  76. ^ Resumed operation between Tsuge and Kamo JR Kansai Line --Iga Town Information YOU, November 2017, 11
  77. ^ About the prospect of resuming operation between Kameyama and Tsuge Station on the Kansai Line -West Japan Railway Press Release December 2017, 12
  78. ^ JR Kansai Line, all lines restored for the first time in XNUMX days Suspended due to typhoon damage -Asahi Shimbun, December 2018, 1
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  82. ^ The station next to Osaka at the time of the abolitionKanie Station

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