Kashima Rinkai Railway

Kashima Rinkai Railway

The nihongo|Kashima Rinkai Railway|鹿島臨海鉄道|Kashima Rinkai Tetsudō|"Kashima Seaside Railway" is the railway company in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. The third sector company is abbreviated as KRT. It was founded in 1969 as the freight only railway operator to transport goods for the seaside industrial area of Kashima. Later in 1984, it took the planned Japanese National Railways line and began a passenger service as well.


*Kashima Rinkō Line (鹿島臨港線): Kashima Soccer Stadium — Okunoyahama
**Freight only.
*Ōarai Kashima Line (大洗鹿島線): Mito — Kashima Soccer Stadium

ee also

*List of railway companies in Japan

External links

*ja icon [http://www.rintetsu.co.jp/ Official website]

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