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Enoshima Electric Railway Co.,Ltd.
江ノ島電鉄株式会社
Type Public
Founded December 25, 1900
Headquarters Japan Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan
Industry Transportation(Tram,Transit bus)/Real estate
Employees 452 (2006)
Website www.enoden.co.jp
This train at Kamakura Station is bound for Fujisawa
Enoden operates buses from stations like Kamakura
Enoden Kamakura Station is adjacent to JR Kamakura Station.

The Enoshima Electric Railway or Enoden (江ノ島電鉄 Enoshima dentetsu ?) connects Kamakura Station in Kamakura, with Fujisawa Station in Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Stations en route include Hase Station, the stop closest to Kōtoku-in, the temple with the colossal outdoor statue of Amida Buddha. It is fully owned by the Odakyu Group of companies.

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Train line

The train line measures 10 kilometers (6 mi) in length with a gauge of 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in). It connects fifteen stations with a single track; five of those stations can accommodate two trains to allow bidirectional traffic. The trains operate on 600 V DC electric supply from overhead lines. The segment from Kamakura Station to Koshigoe Station is in the city of Kamakura; from Enoshima Station to Fujisawa Station, the line is in the city of Fujisawa.

Stations

Buses

Enoden also operates bus service in the area.

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