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背景底圖

Build History of Main Routes
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Build History of Main Routes of Taiwan Railway
1
Definition of Railway Route:
The way of operation of trains or carriages, including constructions such as track, roadbed, which bearing the track, bridges and culverts is called Route.
In general, track is composed of ballast, ties, rails and fastenings. It is the construction which trains and carriages passing through. The section of route is shown as figure 1.
Figure 1 Construction of Route
Construction of Route
2
Construction of Track:
Track, on the roadbed, is composed of ballast, tie, rails and fastenings. The ladder structure, composed of ties and rails, is called track skeleton. The general construction of section of track is shown as figure 2.
Figure 2 Construction of Track

Width of a shoulder

   
curved track
3.
Stations
Mileage
(km)
Builder
Year
of being
opened
to traffic
Year of
build
Illustration
Kee-Lung -- Taipei
28.6
Before 1911(Liu,Min-Chuan)
1891
1887
Taipei -- Hsin-Chu
78.1
Before 1911(Liu,Min-Chuan)
1893
1888
Kaohsiung-Kang --
Caiu-Chu-Tang
17.4
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1907
1904
Hsin-Chu - Chu-Nan
19.0
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1908
1899
Chu-Nan -- Chang-Hua
(Mountain Line)
89.3
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1908
1899
Chang-Hua --
Kaohsiung-Kang
189.0
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1908
1899
Hua-Shan -- Taipei
1.2
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1912
1912
Double
track added
Caiu-Chu-Tang -- Ping-tung
7.2
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1913
1911
Kee-Lung -- Taipei
(Double track)
28.6
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1919
1912
Chu-Nan -- Chang-Hua
(Main Line)
91.2
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1922
1919
Kuan-Shan -- Tai-Tung
41.9
Before 1945,
Taiwan Taitung Pioneer Company
1922
1922
Purchased
Ping-Tung -- Nan-Chou
22.4
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1923
1920
Pa-Tu -- Su-ao
95.0
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1924
1917
Kee-Lung -- Pa-Tu
(I-lan Branch line)
3.7
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1926
1921
Yu-Li -- Kuan-Shan
41.4
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1926
1921
Taipei -- Chu-Nan
(Double track)
97.1
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1935
1927
Double
track added
Tai-Nan -- Kao-Hsiung-Kang
(Double track)
46.5
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1935
1927
Double
track added
Ku-Shan -- Kao-Hsiung
(Double track)
2.6
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1940
1937
Double
track added
Nan-Chou -- Fang-Liao
18.0
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1941
1940
Kao-Hsiung -- Feng-shan
(Double track)
5.7
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1942
1937
Double
track added
Min-Hsiung -- Chia-I
(Double track)
9.3
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1942
1938
Double
track added
Tai-Nan -- Hsin-shih
(Double track)
11.4
Before 1945,
the Ministry of Taiwan Railway
1943
1939
Double
track added
Chang-Hua -- Min-Hsiung
(Double track)
71.7
Taiwan Railway Administration
1970
1957
Double
track added
Chia-I -- Hsin-Shih
(Double track)
50.1
Taiwan Railway Administration
1970
1957
Double
track added
Hsin-Pu -- Tung-Hsiao
(Double track)
5.8
Taiwan Railway Administration
1974
1974
Double
track added
Yuan-Li -- Jih-Nan
(Double track)
7.8
Taiwan Railway Administration
1974
1974
Double
track added
Hsin-Cheng -- Hua-Lien-Kang
(Double track)
19.2
Government of Taiwan Province
1975
1973
Tung-Shan -- Su-ao-Hsin
(Double track)
5.4
Taiwan Railway Administration
1977
1974
Double
track added
Szu-Chiao-Ting -- Jui-Fang
(Double track)
5.8
Taiwan Railway Administration
1977
1974
Double
track added
Mu-Tan -- Shuang-Hsi
(Double track)
3.1
Taiwan Railway Administration
1978
1974
Double
track added
Hua-Lien -- Ho-Ping
39.4
Government of Taiwan Province
1979
1978
Double
track added
Ho-Ping -- Su-ao-Hsin
39.8
Government of Taiwan Province
1980
1973
Double
track added
Hua-Lien -- Tai-Tung
(Increasing track gauge)
162.2
Government of Taiwan Province
1982
1978
East
line widened
Erh-Chieh -- Lo-Tung
(Double track)
3.1
Government of Taiwan Province
1982
1980
Double
track added
Lo-tung -- Tung-Shan
(Double track)
5.0
Government of Taiwan Province
1982
1980
Double
track added
Wai-ao -- Tou-Cheng
(Double track)
3.7
Government of Taiwan Province
1982
1980
Double
track added
Shih-Cheng --Ta-Li
(Double track)
2.7
Government of Taiwan Province
1983
1980
Double
track added
Tou-Cheng -- Chiao-Hsi
(Double track) >
6.3
Government of Taiwan Province
1983
1980
Double
track added
Szu-Cheng -- I-Lan
(Double track)
3.6
Government of Taiwan Province
1983
1980
Double
track added
Pa-Tu -- Szu-Chiao-Ting
(Double track)
3.8
Government of Taiwan Province
1984
1980
Double
track added
Shuang-Hsi -- Fu-Lun
(Double track)
9.1
Government of Taiwan Province
1984
1980
Double
track added
Ta-Li -- Kuei-Shan
(Double track)
9.7
Government of Taiwan Province
1984
1980
Double
track added
Chiao-Hsi -- Szu-Cheng
(Double track)
4.7
Government of Taiwan Province
1984
1980
Double
track added
I-lan -- Erh-Chieh
(Double track)
5.8
Government of Taiwan Province
1984
1980
Double
track added
Jui-Fang -- Hou-Tung
(Double track)
4.5
Government of Taiwan Province
1985
1980
Double
track added
San-tiao-Ling -- Mu-Tan
(Double track)
3.7
Government of Taiwan Province
1985
1980
Double
track added
Fu-Lung -- Shih-Cheng
(Double track)
5.6
Government of Taiwan Province
1985
1980
Double
track added
Su-ao-hsin -- Su-ao
(Double track)
4.5
Government of Taiwan Province
1985
1980
Double
track added
Tai-tung-hsin -- Chih-Pen
12.7
Government of Taiwan Province
1985
1980
Double
track added
Caiu-Chu-Tang -- Liu-Kuai-Tso
(Double track)
5.0
Government of Taiwan Province
1987
1983
Double
track added