East Rail Line
The East Rail Line (Chinese: 東鐵綫) is, the first, and one of ten railway lines of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system in Hong Kong. It used to be one of the three lines of the Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCR) network. It was known as the KCR British Section (九廣鐵路英段) from 1910 to 1996, and the KCR East Rail (九廣東鐵) from 1996 to 2007.
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... East Rail Line Metro Cammell EMU is an electric multiple unit owned by and originally operated by the Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (KCRC), now ... of this model are currently serving on the East Rail Line in Hong Kong ...
... In the latest Sha Tin to Central Link proposal, the East Rail Line will extend southwards across the Victoria Harbour, and have two more stations on Hong Kong Island Exhibition and Admiralty ...
... MTRC provides feeder bus services for the convenience of passengers using MTR rail networks ... The MTRC's integrated fare system also allows East Rail Line, West Rail Line and Light Rail passengers who use Octopus cards to enjoy the free feeder bus services that link ... The Corporation operates a total of 13 routes, including West Rail Line and Light Rail feeder bus services, as well as an additional 4 East Rail Line feeder routes between Tai Po Market Station operated ...
... Complex Platforms Exit C Choi Yuen Road Exit, Tickets/Fare Adjustment Platform 1 █ East Rail Line towards Lo Wu/Lok Ma Chau Platform 2 █ East Rail Line ... Platform 1 is the termination platform of the East Rail Line northbound trains after Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau boundary crossings have closed ...
... code of these trains is SP1900, based on the technology of JR East E231 series ... of 250, in 12-car configuration, 8 sets of train joining the train fleet of East Rail Line with the existing Metro Cammell EMU ... The SP1900 trains have started service on the East Rail Line since 2001 ...
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