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Tokyo Metro Series 07 and Seibu 6000 series

Seibu Yūrakuchō Line (西武有楽町線 Seibu Yūrakuchō sen ?) is a commuter subway line of the Seibu Railway, a major private railroad in Japan. This line connects the Nerima Station and Kotake-Mukaihara Station in Nerima, Tokyo.

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Line Data

  • Length: 2.6 km
  • Track gauge: 1,067 mm
  • Number of stations: 3 (including termini)
  • Power supply: 1,500 V DC overhead line
  • Tracks: 2 tracks

History

The line started out with the section between Shin-Sakuradai and Kotake-Mukaihara, and began through operations with The Eidan Subway Yūrakuchō Line (Now Tokyo Metro). At this point, the line did not connect with any other Seibu Line, thus making it so that only Eidan trainsets were used. In 1994, the sector between Shin-Sakuradai and Nerima opened, connecting with the Seibu Ikebukuro Line. Because of track elevation work at Nerima, only one track was used. Later in 1998, the sector between Shin-Sakuradai and Nerima became 2 tracks, and also began through service with the Ikebukuro Line.

Stations

Station Distance between stations km from terminal Semi Express Rapid Connecting lines Location
Thru service to Seibu Ikebukuro Line Hannō Station
Nerima Station - 0.0 Seibu Ikebukuro Line (through service)
Toshima LineToei Ōedo Line
Nerima, Tokyo
Shin-Sakuradai Station 1.4 1.4  
Kotake-Mukaihara Station 1.2 2.6 Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō LineTokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line
Thru service to Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line Shin-Kiba Station and Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Shibuya Station

Trainsets

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Seibu trains

Tokyo Metro trains



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