The Uchiko Line (内子線, Uchiko-sen?) is a short railway line stretching from Uchiko in Uchiko, Kita District to Niiya in Ōzu, entirely in Ehime Prefecture on the island of Shikoku, Japan, and operated by the Shikoku Railway Company (JR Shikoku). The line operationally acts as part of the Yosan Line, to which it connects at both ends.
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... The line was originally built by the Ehime Railway (愛媛鉄道, Ehime Tetsudō?) as a 762 mm (2 ft 6 in) light railway line stretching from Wakamiya Junction (若宮連絡所, Wakamiya-re ... On October 1, 1933, it (along with the Ehime Railway Main Line) was nationalised and the name Ehime Line (愛媛線, Ehime-sen?) was assigned to both lines both ... That day, the line from Gorō to Uchiko gained its own identity as the Uchiko Line ...
... Service » Yosan Line (Branch Line) and Uchiko Line Kitayama - Iyo-Ōzu Stations of the JR Shikoku Yosan Line Takamatsu Kōzai Kinashi Hashioka Kokubu Sanuki-Fuch ...
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