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Encyclopedia > Ome Line
A Tachikawa-bound train on the Ome Line
A Tachikawa-bound train on the Ome Line

The Ōme Line (青梅線 Ōme-sen?) is a railroad in western Tokyo, Japan. It links Oku-Tama Station and Tachikawa Station; some trains continue on the Chuo Main Line to Tokyo Station. The Ōme Line is part of the East Japan Railway Company system. Image File history File linksMetadata OmeLineTrain. ... Image File history File linksMetadata OmeLineTrain. ... Commuter train on Chuo Line Train bound for Tachikawa on Ome Line Lumine Department Store above Tachikawa Station Tachikawa Station (立川駅) is an important railway station in the city of Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan. ... This is the top-level page of WikiProject trains Rail tracks Rail transport refers to the land transport of passengers and goods along railways or railroads. ... Tokyo , literally eastern capital) is the capital of Japan and one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. ... Commuter train on Chuo Line Train bound for Tachikawa on Ome Line Lumine Department Store above Tachikawa Station Tachikawa Station (立川駅) is an important railway station in the city of Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan. ... Commuter train on Chuo Line at Tokyo Station Chuo Main Line The Chuo Main Line (中央本線), commonly called the Chuo Line, is one of the trunk lines of JR, the intercity rail group in Japan. ... Marunouchi side of Tokyo Station Closeup of center exit Tokyo Station (東京駅; -eki) is a train station located in the Marunouchi business district of Tokyo, near the Imperial Palace grounds and the Ginza commercial district. ... Yamanote Line, Tokyo JR Yamanote Line train in Tokyo, Japan Above Yurakucho in Tokyo East Japan Railway Company (東日本旅客鉄道 Higashi-Nihon Ryokyaku Tetsudo or JR東日本; JR Higashi-Nihon) (TYO: 9020) is a Japanese private railroad company, the largest passenger railway company in the world and one of the seven JR companies. ...

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Operation

Trains on the Ōme Line are 201 series trains transferred from the Chūō-Sōbu Line. Trains from Tachikawa to Ōme typically operate as a 10-car train (sometimes 4-car and a 6-car trains linked together). At Ōme, a 4-car/6-car train will disconnect with the 4-car train going in the direction of Oku-Tama and the 6-car train heading back to Tachikawa. 201 series train The 201 series (201ç³», nihyaku-ichi kei) is a type of Electric Multiple Unit rolling stock used on some lines by East Japan Railway Company and West Japan Railway Company (both formerly Japanese National Railways (JNR)) since 1979. ... The Chuo-Sobu Line (中央・総武緩行線 Chūō Sōbu Kankō-sen) is part of the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) network in Tokyo and Chiba Prefecture, Japan. ...


The Ōme Line, at times, runs along the Chūō Rapid, Itsukaichi, and Hachikō lines. Supplemental trains during the peak season may also run along the Nambu Line. Trains that operate only on the Ōme Line have a "Ōme-Itsukaichi Line" sticker on the front. The Itsukaichi Line (五日市線) is a railway line of JR East in Tokyo, Japan. ... The Hachiko Line (八高線, -sen) is a 92 km regional railway line in the East Japan Railway Company system in Tokyo, Saitama, and Gunma Prefectures in Japan. ... Categories: Stub | Railway lines of Japan ...


History

The Ōme Electric Railway (Tachikawa — Mitake) was privately-owned but was later nationalized on April 1, 1944. The Oku-Tama Electric Railway (Mitake — Hikawa [later Oku-Tama]) was under construction when it was purchased three months later. Both were merged to create the present-day Ōme Line and opened on the same day. April 1 is the 91st day of the year (92nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar, with 274 days remaining. ... 1944 (MCMXLIV) was a leap year starting on Saturday (the link is to a full 1944 calendar). ...


Stations

Station Name Japanese Chūō Rapid, Ōme Special Rapid, Commuter Rapid, Commuter Special Rapid, Local Holiday Rapid (Akigawa and Okutama) "Ōme-Liner" Transfers

Runs on Chūō Line before Tachikawa

Tachikawa 立川

JR: Chūō Main Line, Nambu Line Commuter train on Chuo Line at Tokyo Station Chuo Main Line The Chuo Main Line (中央本線), commonly called the Chuo Line, is one of the trunk lines of JR, the intercity rail group in Japan. ... Categories: Stub | Railway lines of Japan ...


Tama Toshi Monorail: Tama Toshi Monorail Tama Toshi Monorail train The Tama Toshi Monorail Line (多摩都市モノレール線), usually referred to as the Tama Monorail, is part of the public transport network west of Tokyo. ...

Nishi-Tachikawa 西立川 |
Higashi-Nakagami 東中神 | |
Nakagami 中神 | |
Aikshima 昭島 |
Haijima 拝島

JR: Hachikō Line, Itsukaichi Line The Hachiko Line (八高線, -sen) is a 92 km regional railway line in the East Japan Railway Company system in Tokyo, Saitama, and Gunma Prefectures in Japan. ... The Itsukaichi Line (五日市線) is a railway line of JR East in Tokyo, Japan. ...


Seibu: Haijima Line Seibu Railway train in the city of Higashi Murayama, Tokyo The Seibu Railway Company, Ltd. ...

Ushihama 牛浜 | |
Fussa 福生 |
Hamura 羽村 | |
Ozaku 小作 | |
Kabe 河辺
Higashi-Ōme 東青梅 | |
Ōme 青梅
Miyanohira 宮ノ平 |
Hinatawada 日向和田
Ishigamimae 石神前 |
Futamatao 二俣尾 |
Ikusabata 軍畑 |
Sawai 沢井 |
Mitake 御嶽
Kawai 川井 |
Kori 古里 |
Hatonosu 鳩ノ巣 |
Shiromaru 白丸 |
Oku-Tama 奥多摩

(Former Hikawa 氷川)

Note

  • ▲: Nowadays, there is only one rapid train (Tachikawa-bound) that runs once every weekday morning. Local trains still stop at these stations.
  • ○: Some Holiday Rapids have stopped at these stations as supplementary trains.
  • The Holiday Rapid "Akigawa" splits off from the Ōme Line tracks at Haijima Station and runs on the Itsukaichi Line tracks towards Musashi-Itsukaichi Station. The "Akigawa" stops at all stations between Haijima and Musashi-Itsukaichi.

 
 

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