Thank you, It's ting-in!
Last time, We introduced the scenic spot of "Daiichi Tadamigawa Bridge".
This time, we continued to travel on the Tadami Line, which runs through the midst of a spectacular view of the fresh green.
The Tadami Line continues to be closed due to heavy rains between Aizukawaguchi and Tadami, and buses are operated instead.The existence of such a suspended section and the section where only three trains come a day ahead (!) It was difficult to step in by the Tadami Line, but i was able to finally fill it up!
I'm going to post a lot of pictures of green, including the repo of the agency bus!
Aizu Miyashita – Aizukawaguchi
Aizukawaguchi – Tadami (Bus Agency Section)
It operates by such a microbus.You can get on the ticket to take the train as usual.First of all, the driver asked me where I was going.There is one person who goes to the end point besides me, and the next station (stop?There is only one person like the local person who gets off in, and a total of three people are on board.
From the agency bus that runs mainly along the national highway along the railroad tracks, you can see the line that does not run the train flickering.I just caught the place where the track is cut off.
Tadami – Koide
One of the things that symbolizes the countryside is that the train timetable is skaska, but it's a shocking timetable that you can say that you're competing for one or two.There are only three trains going up and down, of course, zero.This is lonely, isn't it?
When I looked at niigata from the top of the crossing, i saw a mountain range still covered with snow.In other words, if you don't go beyond that mountain range, you won't be able to go to Niigata.I think that's also connected to the small number of numbers.
On the Tadami Line, Tadami Station is the last station in Fukushima Prefecture.The last photo i took in Fukushima prefecture was the end of the Takokura Dam, which was made by coughing up the Tadami River.
When you leave Tadami Station, the next station is already Niigata Prefecture.It takes a whopping 30 minutes to get to the next Oishirakawa Station.It is going to go through the mountain range seen a little while ago by a long long tunnel.
We left Aizuwakamatsu in the evening and stayed overnight on the way to complete the Tadami Line in the morning of the next day.I thought it would be nice to be able to ride someday on the route, and i can take a picture iron with "Tadami Daiichi Bridge" without saying anything.It is also very satisfying that there was a great view of fresh green throughall the lines.
However, when I took the bus on behalf of the company this time, I thought, "Is it really necessary to recover by rail?"Of course, as a railway fan, I'm glad to see you resurrected by rail.However, from a variety of perspectives, I wonder if railways are really the best in such depopulated areas.
The Tadami Line has already decided to restore the railway, but I think that a lot of taxes are used because of the vertical separation method.There are very few passengers, and there is a splendid road nearby, so the trouble of the agency bus might not be too big either.
However, it is also considered that the possibility that the road is closed to traffic in winter because it is a heavy snowfall zone, and the possibility that the line is excited running sl and luxury cruise train [Shikijima] at the time of recovering by the iron road, Considering that, i wonder if the railway is not bad.
I think there will be more and more examples like this in the future, so it seems necessary to deepen our considerations from various perspectives.
Thank you very much for your long time.I want to write the Joetsu line of the continuation of the trip again someday!Please look forward to!