Seibu Haijima Line


Seibu Haijima Line

The
*ja-stalink|Musashi Sunagawa
*ja-stalink|Seibu Tachikawa
*ja-stalink|Haijima

Data

*Length: 14.3 km
*Gauge: 1067 mm
*Stations: 8, including the terminals
*Multiple-track segments: Except for the 2.4 km segment from Tamagawa Jōsui to Musashi Sunagawa, the whole line
*Electrified segments: Entire line
*Electric supply: 1500 VDC, overhead supply

ource

This article incorporates material translated from 西武拝島線 ("Seibu Haijima-sen") in the Japanese Wikipedia, retrieved June 17, 2008.

External links

* [http://www.seibu-group.co.jp/railways/tourist/rosen.pdf Seibu Railway] route map


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