Keiyo Rinkai Railway


The Keiyo Rinkai railway opened in 1963 to serve the port of Chiba and the Keiyo Industrial Zone, connecting the two to Soga station on the Keiyo, Uchibo and Sotobo lines of JNR (and later JR).

It has a 19.9Km long mainline and two branches, both around 2km. Freight services are mainly composed of container wagons and tank cars.



The company’s major shareholder is JR Freight with a percentage of 33.9%


Diesel Locomotives




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