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Kyoto Subway Map 2005 © Thomas B. Gray (UrbanRail.Net)

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 Keifuku Electric Railroad (Randen)

Classified as tramway, though mostly on its own right-of-way, running through the western parts of Kyoto

- opened 1910 as the "Arashiyama Electric Tram Railway"
- 11 km

01 April 2016: Satsueisho-mae stop added


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 Keihan Electric Railway
Suburban railway, which shares tracks with the Kyoto Subway's Tozai Line, but has an on-street section at its eastern end in Biwako-Hamaotsu:
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Keifuku Electric Railroad (Official Site)

Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau

Kyoto Keifuku Electric Railroad at Wikipedia

Kyoto Subway at UrbanRail.Net



Metros & Trams in JapanAndrew Phipps & Robert Schwandl:

METROS & TRAMS in JAPAN - Vol. 3: West & South

Osaka - Kyoto - Kobe - Okayama - Hiroshima - Kitakyushu - Fukuoka - Nagasaki - Kumamoto - Kagoshima

The third volume of our trilogy about urban rail systems in Japan covers all the systems in West and South Japan, from the metros in Osaka, Kyoto and Fukuoka to the different special transit systems like monorails and people movers, and to the numerous tramways, including Japan's largest network in Hiroshima. As usual, the book is illustrated with a large number of recent colour photos and detailed network maps.

Text: German & English; 160 pages, ca. 300 photos; Detailed network maps
Oct 2018 - ISBN 978-3-936573-54-1


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