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  1. The Kōbe Main Line (神戸本線, Kōbe Honsen) of Hankyu Railway is one of the three major commuter heavy rail lines in the Keihanshin conurbation of Japan. It links the urban centres of Osaka and Kobe by connecting the major stations of Umeda in Osaka and Sannomiya in Kobe.

    • 阪急神戸本線
    • Umeda, Sannomiya
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  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › JR_Kobe_LineJR Kobe Line - Wikipedia

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    Sleeper Limited Express(寝台特急, Shindai tokkyuu) 1. Sunrise Seto(サンライズ瀬戸) & Sunrise Izumo(サンライズ出雲) Limited Express(特急, tokkyuu) 1. Hamakaze(はまかぜ) (links Osaka to Hamasaka and Tottori) 2. Super Hakuto(スーパーはくと) (links Kyoto, Osaka to Tottori and Kurayoshi) Commuter Limited Express(通勤特急, Tsuukin tokkyuu) 1. Rakuraku Harima(らくラクはりま) Special Rapid Service(新快速, shin-kaisoku) 1. Continuing service from the Kyoto Line, trains stop at Osaka, Amagasaki, Ashiya, Sannomiya, Kobe, Akashi, Nishi-Akashi, Kakogawa and Himeji. Service extends beyond Himeji on Sanyo Main Line to Aboshi, Kamigori and Ako Line to Banshu-Ako. Rapid Service(快速, kaisoku) 1. Continuing service from the Kyoto Line, trains stop at Osaka, Amagasaki, Nishinomiya, Ashiya, Sumiyoshi, Rokkomichi, Sannomiya, Motomachi, Kobe, Hyōgo, Suma, Tarumi, Maiko and Akashi as rapid service trains and every station after Akashi as local trains. Service extends beyond Himeji on Sanyo Main Line to Aboshi, Kamigori and Ako Line to Banshu-Ako. In t...

    Stations are listed from east to west. ●: Trains stop at all times |: Trains pass at all times ▲: Eastbound trains pass in the morning ○:Trains stop at morning of Weekdays only

    Local

    1. 207 series(from 1991, through service with Fukuchiyama Line and Katamachi Line via JR Tōzai Line) 2. 321 series(from 2005, through service with Fukuchiyama Line and Katamachi Line via JR Tōzai Line)

    Special Rapid and Rapid

    1. 221 series(from 1989, through service with Akō Line via Sanyo Line, rapid only, until 2023) 2. 223-1000/2000/6000 series(from 1995, through service with Akō Line via Sanyo Line) 3. 225-0/100 series(from 2010, through service with Akō Line via Sanyo Line)

    Limited Express

    1. 285 series (Sunrise Izumo/Sunrise Setoservice from July 1998, through service with Seto-Ōhashi Line and Hakubi Line) 2. 289 series (Rakuraku Harimaservice from 18 March 2019) 3. KiHa 189 series (Hamakazeservice from 2010, through service with Sanin Main Line via Bantan Line) 4. Chizu Express HOT7000 series (Super Hakutoservice from 1994, through service with Sanin Main Line via Chizu Line)

    • 87.9 km (54.6 mi)
    • JR West
    • May 11, 1874 (as part of Tokaido Main Line), March 13, 1988 (renamed as JR Kobe Line)
    • 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
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  7. In comparison with the Kobe Line, cars used on the Takarazuka Line were small and old. Larger (Kobe Line standard) cars could not operate on the line until 1952 due to its small structure gauge. Small cars were eliminated in December 1963. On 24 August 1969 the voltage was raised to 1500 VDC. As the commuters increased, Hankyu's first 10-car ...

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