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The Ishinomaki Line (石巻線, Ishinomaki sen) is a railroad line in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It is part of the JR East system. The line runs from Kogota Station in Misato to Onagawa Station in Onagawa. It connects the Tōhoku Main Line to the central coast of Miyagi Prefecture. It connects with the Rikuu East Line and Tōhoku Main Line at Kogota Station, the Kesennuma Line at Maeyachi Station and the Senseki Line at Ishinomaki Station, both in Ishinomaki, Miyagi.
The line color is pink.
The line is outside the area where Suica cards can be used. Riders should only use Suica between Kogata and Ishinomaki stations. Past those stations, there may be a special way to pay the fare using Suica.
The line was damaged by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.
About the line[change | change source]
- Gauge (distance between rails): 1067mm
- Stations: 14
- Two-track line section: None, all single track line
- Electrified line section: None
- Maximum speed: 85km
Station list[change | change source]
km from Kogota Station
|Kogota||小牛田||0.0||Tōhoku Main Line, Rikuu East Line||Misato, Miyagi|
|Maeyachi||前谷地||12.8||Kesennuma Line||Ishinomaki, Miyagi|