Central Japan Railway Co

JR Central was created in 1987 when Japanese National Railways was privatised. Its core route is the Tokaido Shinkansen line, opened in 1964, linking Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka, while a network of conventional lines serves the Nagoya and Shizuoka areas, together serving 405 stations. Electrification of the 19 km Taketoyo ...

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