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添田線 (Soedasen)

添田線(そえだせん)は、かつて福岡県田川郡香春町の香春駅から同郡添田町の添田駅までを結んでいた、日本国有鉄道(国鉄)の鉄道路線(地方交通線)である。北海道の美幸線と並び称された赤字ローカル線の横綱格で、1980年の国鉄再建法施行により第1次特定地方交通線に指定され、1985年に廃止された。 日田彦山線と並走して、分岐した後田川線(現平成筑豊鉄道)と交差する箇所までは路盤が残るが、レールや橋梁は撤去されている。残りの廃線跡はほぼ全線道路化されている。

Sueda Line

The Senda Line (Sorajensen) is a railway line (local transportation line) of the Japanese National Railway (National Railway), which used to connect from Kariun Station of Kashiwa Town, Tagawa-gun, Fukuoka Prefecture, to Ueda station in the same district Goda-cho. It was designated as the 1st Specified Regional Transportation Line by the enforcement of the National Railway Rehabilitation Law in 1980, and was abolished in 1985 at the Yokozuna rated of the deficit local line which was named side by side with the Miko line of Hokkaido. While running side by side with the Hitaka Shinkansen, the roadbed will remain until it intersects the Tagawa Line (present Heiki Chikuho Railway) after branching, but the rails and bridges have been removed. The remaining waste traces are almost entirely converted into roads.

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