Kashikojima

Some articles on kashikojima:

Kintetsu Shima Line - History - Timeline
... July 23, 1929 - Toba - Kashikojima - Shinjukō section opened by Shima Electric Railway ... Kashikojima becomes endpoint ... Direct service begins from both Osaka and Nagoya to Kashikojima begins ...
Kintetsu Toba Line - Service
... futsū) For Ise-Nakagawa For Toba, Kashikojima (Locals stop at every station.) EX Express (急行 kyūkō) For Osaka Uehommachi via Nabari and Yamato-Yagi (Kashihara) For Nagoya via Tsu and Yokkaichi For ...
Kashikojima Station
... Kashikojima Station (賢島駅, Kashikojima-eki?) is a railway station in Shima, Mie Prefecture, operated by Kintetsu ...
Kintetsu Shima Line - Service
... LO Local (普通 futsū) For Nakagawa For Kashikojima (Locals stop at every station.) LE Limited Express (特急 tokkyū) For Osaka Namba and Osaka ...
Kintetsu Toba Line - History - The Final Link
... the Shima Line which runs from Toba to Kashikojima ... as Ise (Ujiyamada Station) as well as a small disconnected line running between Toba and Shima (Kashikojima Station), however there was no Kintetsu rail link between Ise and Toba, meaning Kintetsu passengers ... ideal solution which was direct rail access all the way to Kashikojima thus the Toba Line was built to provide the final link ...