Kintetsu Toba Line

The Kintetsu Toba Line (近鉄鳥羽線, Kintetsu Toba-sen?) is a railway line of the Japanese private railway company Kintetsu, connecting Ujiyamada Station (Ise, Mie Prefecture) and Toba Station (Toba, Mie Prefecture) in Japan. The line runs parallel to the JR Central Sangū Line.

The line connects with the Yamada Line at Ujiyamada Station and the Shima Line at Toba Station. The Yamada Line, Toba Line, and Shima Line form a single train line that begins at Ise-Nakagawa Station and serves the Ise-Shima tourist region.

Read more about Kintetsu Toba Line:  History, Service, Stations

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Sangū Line - History - Government Ownership
... Under ownership of the government, the line was extended to its present endpoint of Toba Station ... the first quarter of the 20th century, before the outbreak of World War II, the Sangū Line came to be considered a major line due to its importance in providing transportation for pilgrims to Ise Grand Shrine ... this time, and dual tracks were added to many parts of the line to allow for an increase in the frequency of trains ...
Kintetsu Toba Line - Stations
... EX RE LE NS Location Ujiyamada 宇治山田 0.0 Kintetsu Yamada Line ● ● ● ● ● Ise Mie Prefecture Isuzugawa 五十鈴川 1.9 ● ● ● ○

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