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Fukui Railway Fukubu Line Fukutetsu Series 200 (left) and Series 770 trains near Daimyōmachi intersection Overview Type Heavy rail, light rail Locale Fukui Prefecture Termini Echizen-Takefu Fukui-Ekimae / Tawaramachi Stations 23 Operation Opened 1924 Owner Fukui Railway Technical Line length 21.4 km[1] Track gauge 1,067 mm Electrification 600 V DC, overhead catenary Operating speed 65 km/h[1] 40 km/h on street-running sections Route diagram Legend Hokuriku Main Line Takefu 0.0 Echizen-Takefu 0.6 Kitago Nanetsu Line 1.7 Sports Kōen 2.4 Iehisa 4.1 Sundome Nishi 5.3 Nishi-Sabae 6.0 Nishiyama-Kōen Seiho Line 7.3 Mizuochi 8.5 Shinmei 9.7 Tobanaka 10.2 Nishi-Tobanaka -1935 10.9 Sanjūhassha 13.0 Asōzu 13.8 Harmony Hall 15.5 Ebata 16.1 Bell-mae 16.9 Hanandō 17.8 Sekijūjimae 18.1 Street-running limit 18.4 Kidayotsutsuji 18.6 Fujishima Jinja-mae -1962 18.9 Kōenguchi 19.0 Keya-machi -1962 Hokuriku Main Line Honchō-dōri -2002 20.1 Fukui-Ekimae 19.6 Shiyakushomae Echizen Railway 20.2 Jin'ai Joshikōkō 20.4 Matsumoto-dōri -1964 20.9 Tawaramachi Mikuni Awara Line The Fukui Railway Fukubu Line (福井鉄道福武線, Fukui Tetsudō Fukubu-sen?) is a 21.4 km railway line operated by Fukui Railway in Fukui Prefecture. The line runs from Echizen-Takefu Station in Echizen to Tawaramachi and Fukui-Ekimae stations in Fukui. Although it has its own right-of-way for most of the route, the Fukubu Line runs with traffic as a tram line past Fukui-Shin Station. Contents 1 History 2 Station list 3 References 4 External links // History The Fukubu Electric Railway (福武電気鉄道, Fukubu Denki Tetsudō?) opened the Fukubu Line on 23 February 1924[1] for the purposes of transporting soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army Sabae 36th Regiment between Takefu-Shin and Heiei (兵営?) (now Shinmei) stations. 23 February 1924: Fukubu Electric Railway opens the Fukubu Line between Takefu-Shin and Heiei (now Shinmei).[1] 26 July 1925: Heiei – Fukui-Shin (now Sekijūjimae) section opens.[1] 5 June 1927: Sanjūhassha Station opens.[2] 5 October 1927: Mizuochi Station opens[2]; former transfer station for the Seiho Electric Railway. 13 August 1929: Kami-Sabae (now Sundome Nishi), Shimo-Sabae (now Nishiyama-Kōen) stations open. 15 October 1933: Fukui-Shin – Fukui-Ekimae section opens. 1 October 1935: Tobanaka Station opens; Nishi-Tobanaka Station (between Heiei and Tobanaka) closes.[2] April 1939: Heiei Station is renamed Chūō Station. 1 April 1941: Express service begins. 1 August 1945: Fukubu Electric Railway merges with Seiho Electric Railway to form Fukui Railway.[1] June 1946: Chūō Station renamed Shinmei Station. 12 July 1950: Hanandō – Fukui-Shin section double-tracked. 27 November 1950: Honmachi-dōri — Fukui-Shin section opens. Daimyōmachi Station is renamed Honmachi-dōri Station. 1 April 1962: Keyamachi Station moved and renamed Kōenguchi Station. Fujishima-Jinja-mae Station (between Kidayotsutsuji and Kōenguchi) closes.[2] 11 December 1964: Matsumoto-dōri Station (between Saibanshomae and Tawaramachi) closes. Saibanshomae Station moved towards Tawaramachi. 1 September 1969: Service between Hanandō, Fukui-Ekimae, and Tawaramachi abolished; all trains run through to Takefu-Shin Station. 2 October 1979: Freight services discontinued.[1] 10 April 1980: Centralized traffic control (CTC) introduced.[1] 1 August 1985: Driver-only operation introduced on morning and evening services.[1] 10 April 1987: Shimo-Sabae Station renamed Nishiyama-Kōen Station. 1 October 1989: Hanandō-Minami Station opens. 20 January 1993: All trains equipped with ATS.[1] 15 April 1993: Hanandō-Minami Station renamed Bell-mae Station. 20 September 1997: Harmony Hall Station opens. 30 November 1998: Daytime service interval changed to 20 minutes.[1] 15 July 2002: Honmachi-dōri Station (between Kōenguchi and Shiyakushomae) closed. 1 December 2003: Part of Shiyakushomae — Fukui-Ekimae section single-tracked due to construction around Fukui Station. 30 September 2004: Semi-express service abolished. January-March 2006: All station platforms modified to serve low-floor vehicles. 1 April 2006: Low-floor trains enter service. Last departure time brought forward 30 minutes. 16 December 2007: Daytime shuttle trains begin service between Fukui-Ekimae and Tawaramachi. On March 25, 2010, Sports-Kōen Station was established between the Nishi-Takefu and Iehisa stations. At the same time, five stations were renamed: Takefu-Shin to Echizen-Takefu; Nishi-Takefu to Kitago; Kami-Sabae to Sundome-Nishi; Fukui-Shin to Sekijūjimae; and Saibanshomae to Jin'ai-Joshikōkō.[3][4] Station list All stations are located in Fukui Prefecture. Express trains stop at stations marked "●" and pass those marked "|". Local trains stop at all stations. Staff: ◎ - Present all day ○ - Present except early mornings and late nights ◇ - Present during peak hours only △ - Present during holidays only × - Unstaffed ※ - Present during events only Station Japanese Distance (km) Express Staff Transfers Location Between Stations Total Echizen-Takefu 越前武生 - 0.0 ● ◎ West Japan Railway Company (JR West): Hokuriku Main Line (Takefu) Echizen Kitago 西武生 0.6 0.6 ● ×   Sports-Kōen スポーツ公園 1.1 1.7 ● ×   Iehisa 家久 0.7 2.4 ● ×   Sundome Nishi サンドーム西 1.7 4.1 | ×   Sabae Nishi-Sabae 西鯖江 1.2 5.3 ● ○   Nishiyama-Kōen 西山公園 0.7 6.0 | ※   Mizuochi 水落 1.3 7.3 ● ×   Shinmei 神明 1.2 8.5 ● ○   Tobanaka 鳥羽中 1.2 9.7 | ×   Sanjūhassha 三十八社 1.2 10.9 | ×   Fukui Asōzu 浅水 2.1 13.0 ● ○   Harmony Hall ハーモニーホール 0.8 13.8 | ×   Ebata 江端 1.7 15.5 | ×   Bell-mae ベル前 0.6 16.1 | △   Hanandō 花堂 0.8 16.9 | ×   Sekijūjimae 赤十字前 0.9 17.8 ● ○   Kidayotsutsuji 木田四ツ辻 0.6 18.4 | ×   Kōenguchi 公園口 0.5 18.9 | ×   Shiyakushomae 市役所前 0.7 19.6 ● ◇   Fukui-Ekimae 福井駅前 0.5 20.1 ● × JR West: Hokuriku Main Line (Fukui) Echizen Railway: Katsuyama Eiheiji Line (Fukui) Jin'ai Joshikōkō 仁愛女子高校 0.6* 20.2 ● ×   Tawaramachi 田原町 0.7 20.9 ● × Echizen Railway: Mikuni Awara Line Note that distances for Jin'ai Joshikōkō and Tawaramachi Stations are measured from Shiyakushomae Station.[1] References ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Terada, Hirokazu (July 2002). データブック日本の私鉄 (Databook: Japan's Private Railways). Japan: Neko Publishing. ISBN 4-87366-874-3.  ^ a b c d 今井恵介監修『日本鉄道旅行地図 6号 北信越』新潮社、2008年、p.25 ^ 福武線に新駅「スポーツ公園駅」 来月25日開業--今年3月 /福井 Fukui Shimbun, February 19, 2010. (Japanese) ^ 平成22年3月25日 ダイヤ改正! Fukui Railway. (Japanese) External links Fukui Railway (Japanese)