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  1. IGR Iwate Ginga Railway passenger trains Details
    The Iwate Ginga Railway Line runs from Morioka Station in Morioka, Iwate to Metoki Station in Sannohe, Aomori prefecture.


  2. Toyo Kosoku Railway passenger trains Details
    Commuter rail in Chiba prefecture


  3. Nishikigawa Railway passenger trains Details
    32.7-km line runs from Kawanishi (on the JR West's Gantoku Line) to Nishiki-cho in Yamaguchi prefecture.


  4. Shibayama Railway passenger trains Details
    The 2.2 km Shibayama Railway links Shibayama township with Narita Airport in Chiba prefecture.


  5. Koroden - Takamatsu Kotohira Electric Railway passenger trains Details
    Takamatsu-Kotohira Electric Railroad Co operates three passenger railway lines in Kagawa Prefecture on the island of Shikoku.


  6. Yokohama Minatomirai Railway passenger trains Details
    The Minatomirai Line runs from Yokohama Central Station along the new habourside development area.


  7. Kishu Railway passenger trains Details
    The 2.7 km Kishu Railway runs between Gobo and Nishi Gobo in Wakayama Prefecture.


  8. Kanto Railway passenger trains Details
    Operating the Joso Line and Ryugasaki Line in Ibaraki prefecture.


  9. Nagaragawa Railway passenger trains Details
    72.1-km Etsuminan Line branching from the Takayama Line at Mino Ota in Gifu Prefecture.


  10. Nose Electric Railway passenger trains Details
    Railway linking several areas in the mountainous Nose, Osaka area to Kawanishi-Noseguchi Station in Kawanishi, with a one-station branch to Nissei-Ch.


  11. Shigaraki Kogen (Highland) Railway passenger trains Details
    Railway connecting Kibukawa to Shigaraki in Shiga prefecture.


  12. Shimabara Railway passenger trains Details
    Shimabara Railway in Nagasaki Prefecture operates a 78.5-km line from Isahaya on JR Kyushu's Nagasaki main line to Kazusa. The line loops around more than half of the Shimabara Peninsula, running close to the coast and passing through Shimabara, the largest city in the area.


  13. Sagano Scenic Railway passenger trains Details
    The Sagano Scenic Railway train runs at a leisurely pace down the Hozukyo Valley - famous for its breathtaking views. The run takes about 25 minutes from Trokko Saga Station to Trokko Kameoka Station in the Kyoto area.

  14. Tokyo Metro passenger trains Details

  15. TWR - Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit (Rinkai-fukutoshin Line) passenger trains Details


     
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