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Gonō Line

Gonō Line
Senjōjiki Station
Overview
Type Heavy rail
Locale Aomori, Akita prefectures
Termini Higashi-Noshiro
Kawabe
Stations 43
Operation
Opened 1908
Owner JR East
Rolling stock KiHa 40 series, KiHa 48 series
Technical
Line length
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Electrification None
Route map

The Gonō Line (五能線 Gonō-sen) is a railway line in Japan linking Higashi-Noshiro Station in Akita Prefecture with Kawabe Station in Aomori Prefecture, in the northern Tōhoku region of Honshu. The line stretches 147.2 km along the Sea of Japan coast with a total of 43 stations. The Gonō Line is operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East).

Station list

  • All trains, including Fukaura rapid services, stop at every station. For the Resort Shirakami limited express service, please see its article.
  • Trains may pass at stations marked "◇", "v", or "^".
Station Japanese Distance (km) Transfers   Location
Between
stations
Total
Higashi-Noshiro 東能代 - 0.0 Ōu Main Line v Noshiro Akita
Noshiro 能代 3.9 3.9  
Mukai-Noshiro 向能代 2.2 6.1  
Kita-Noshiro 北能代 3.2 9.3  
Torigata 鳥形 1.9 11.2  
Sawame 沢目 2.9 14.1   Happō, Yamamoto District
Higashi-Hachimori 東八森 3.9 style
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