Aoimori Railway

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Noheji Station
... Noheji Station (野辺地駅, Noheji-eki?) is a joint railway station on the Aoimori Railway Line of Aoimori Railway Company and Ōminato Line of JR East located in the town of Noheji, Aomori Prefecture, Japan. 44.6 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Aoimori Railway Line at Aomori Station ...
Misawa Station - Station Layout - Platforms
... 1 ■Aoimori Railway Line for Noheji and Aomori 2 ■Aoimori Railway Line for Hachinohe 3 ■Aoimori Railway Line (siding) ...
Aoimori Line - Organization
... The Aoimori Railway Line is operated by the Aoimori Railway Company, a "third sector" publicly-and-privately owned company ... The railway facilities and tracks are owned by the local prefectural government as a "Category 3 Railway Business" under the Railway Business Act of Japan ... The Aoimori Railway Company leases these facilities from the government and is responsible for operation of passenger trains on the tracks ...
Aoimori Line - History
... The Aoimori Railway Line was completed as the Metoki – Shiriuchi portion of the Nippon Railway on September 1, 1891 ... When the Nippon Railway was nationalized on November 1, 1906 it became part of the Japanese National Railways (JNR) system and was designed part of the Tōhoku Main Line on October 12 ... of the JNR on April 1, 1987, the line came under the control of the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) ...
Shimoda Station - Station Layout - Platforms
... 1 ■Aoimori Railway Line For Hachinohe 2 ■Aoimori Railway Line (siding) 3 ■Aoimori Railway Line For Aomori ...

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