Jalur Utama Nagasaki

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Jalur Utama Nagasaki diwarnaan beureum dina peta Jepang.

Jalur Utama Nagasaki (長崎本線 Nagasaki hon sen?), atawa Jalur Nagasaki, manjang ti Tosu Station di Saga Prefecture nepi ka Nagasaki Station di Nagasaki Prefecture, Jepang. There is a separate branch of this line which runs from Kikitsu to Urakami by way of Nagayo. There are currently plans for the western (Nagasaki) branch of the Kyushu Shinkansen to run from Hizen-Yamaguchi to Isahaya, parallel to the existing track.

Route data[édit | sunting sumber]

  • Operator and route length:
  • Gauge: 1,067 mm
  • Stations: 41 (including special stations)
  • Double track:
  • Electrification:
    • Tosu - Nagasaki (20,000 V - 60 Hz)
    • Kikitsu - Nagayo - Urakami (not electrified)
  • Closure system: Automatic
  • Operational Command: Hakata Integrated Command Center

Route features[édit | sunting sumber]

  • Because of high construction cost due to geography there is single track between Kashima and Nagasaki, and because it runs along a complicated coast there are a lot of curves.
  • The branch of the Nagasaki Main Line which existed before the opening of the new line and runs from Kikitsu to Urakami by way of Nagayo is called the old line (旧線). Before the opening of the new line, express and limited express lines ran on this track. You can see vestiges of this at Michinō and other stations on the old line.
  • The branch of the Nagasaki Main Line that is electrified, runs through Nagasaki Tunnel, and goes from Isahaya to Urakami by way of Ichinuno is called the new line (新線).

Operation[édit | sunting sumber]

Limited express trains[édit | sunting sumber]

The limited express Kamome operates on the Nagasaki Main Line. East of Hizen-Yamaguchi operates the merged limited express Midori/ Huis Ten Bosch. From Isahaya to Urakami the limited express trains run on the new line.

Overnight sleeper trains like Sakura (between Tokyo and Nagasaki) and Akatsuki (between Kyoto and Nagasaki) had all been discontinued by 2008.

Regional trains[édit | sunting sumber]

Other than trains that are operated on the entire Nagasaki Line, there are trains which operate in specific sections, such as from Tosu to Hizen-Kashima, and trains which continue on to other lines.

  • In the morning, from Hizen-Nanaura, there is a direct train to Mojikō (on the Kagoshima Main Line).
  • The new line from Isahaya to Nagasaki uses EMUs, but the old line, including direct trains to the Omura Line, uses DMUs. However, the rapid service train Seaside Liner, despite being a DMU, uses the new line.
  • Between Hizen-Nanura and Yue, because it is a relatively inactive part of the line, local trains only run for about five hours into the daytime after the morning rush.
  • Driver-only trains are operated on the entire Nagasaki Line. On the new line, the 817 series EMU is used, and on the old line, the KiHa 66, 67, and 200 DMUs are used.

Freight trains[édit | sunting sumber]

Freight trains are operated between Tosu and Nabeshima. High-speed freight trains make three round trips a day from Tosu Freight Terminal to Nabeshima. The electric locomotive used is the Class ED76. Freight trains only arrive and depart from Nabeshima station.

Rolling stock[édit | sunting sumber]

Sajarah[édit | sunting sumber]

In 1907, the Railway Nationalization Act was passed in Jepang, nationalizing all railways. This act provided that the Ariake Line be extended from Tosu to Isahaya by way of Kashima. It also provided that a new line be built from Kikitsu to Urakami by way of Nagasaki. This was all completed in 1934, and the line was renamed the Nagasaki Main Line.

Stations[édit | sunting sumber]

New Line (by way of Ichinuno)[édit | sunting sumber]

●:Always stops   ▲:Sometimes stops  |:Does not stop
Station Japanese Distance from Tosu (km) Express
Seaside Liner
Connecting Lines, Notes Location
Tosu 鳥栖 0.0   JR KyushuKagoshima Main Line Saga Prefecture Tosu
Shin-Tosu 新鳥栖 2.0   JR Kyushu:Kyushu Shinkansen (under construction)
scheduled to open 2011
Hizen-Fumoto 肥前麓 4.2    
Nakabaru 中原 8.5     Miyaki
Yoshinogari-kōen 吉野ヶ里公園 13.1     Yoshinogari
Kanzaki 神埼 15.7     Kanzaki
Igaya 伊賀屋 20.2     Saga
Saga 佐賀 25.0    
Nabeshima 鍋島 28.0    
Balloon Saga バルーンさが 29.8   only operational during the Saga International Balloon Fiesta
Kubota 久保田 31.4   JR Kyushu:Karatsu Line Kubota
Ushizu 牛津 34.2     Ogi
Hizen-Yamaguchi 肥前山口 39.6   JR Kyushu:Sasebo Line Kōhoku
Hizen-Shiroishi 肥前白石 44.7     Shiroishi
Hizen-Ryūō 肥前竜王 49.4    
Hizen-Kashima 肥前鹿島 54.6     Kashima
Hizen-Hama 肥前浜 57.6    
Hizen-Nanaura 肥前七浦 61.5    
Hizen-Iida 肥前飯田 63.6    
Tara 多良 67.7     Tara
Hizen-Ōura 肥前大浦 75.6    
Konagai 小長井 82.3     Nagasaki Prefecture Isahaya
Nagasato 長里 84.7    
Yue 湯江 87.6    
Oe 小江 90.9    
Hizen-Nagata 肥前長田 95.6    
Higashi-Isahaya 東諫早 97.8 Continues to Ōmura Line  
Isahaya 諫早 100.4 JR Kyushu:Ōmura Line
Shimabara RailwayShimabara Railway Line
Nishi-Isahaya 西諫早 103.2  
Kikitsu 喜々津 106.9 JR Kyushu:Nagasaki Main Line (old line via Nagayo)
Ichinuno 市布 109.4  
Hizen-Koga 肥前古賀 112.3   Nagasaki
Utstsugawa 現川 114.8  
Urakami 浦上 123.7 JR Kyushu:Nagasaki Main Line (old line via Nagayo)
Nagasaki Tramway:Main Line (本線)
Nagasaki 長崎 125.3 Nagasaki Tramway:Main Line (本線), Sakura-machi Line (桜町支線)

Old Line (via Nagayo)[édit | sunting sumber]

Station Japanese Distance from Kikitsu Connecting Lines Location
Kikitsu 喜々津 0.0 JR Kyushu:Nagaski Main Line (new line via Ichinuno) Nagasaki Prefecture Isahaya
Higashi-Sono 東園 3.5  
Ōkusa 大草 7.2  
Honkawachi 本川内 12.3   Nagayo
Nagayo 長与 15.4  
Kōda 高田 16.4  
Michinō 道ノ尾 18.9  
Nishi-Urakami 西浦上 20.6   Nagasaki
Urakami 浦上 23.5 JR Kyushu:Nagasaki Main Line (new line via Ichinuno)
Nagasaki Tramway:Main Line