Ōmura Line (大村線, Ōmura-sen) is a railway line in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan, operated by the Kyushu Railway Company (JR Kyushu). It connects Haiki Station in Sasebo to Isahaya Station in Isahaya. From 1898 the line was part of the Nagasaki Main Line until the Hizen Yamaguchi - Isahaya line opened in 1934.
With the opening of the Hizen Yamaguchi - Isahaya section of the Nagasaki Main Line in 1934, the line was renamed the Omura Line.
In 1992 the Haiki - Huis Ten Bosch section was electrified at 20kVAC.
- S: Trains stop
- |: Non-stop
|Direct connection to Sasebo Line|
|Haiki||早岐||0.0||S||Sasebo Line||Sasebo||Nagasaki Prefecture|
|Huis Ten Bosch||ハウステンボス||4.7||S|
|Isahaya||諫早||47.6||S||Nagasaki Main Line
Shimabara Railway Line
|Direct connection to Nagasaki Main Line|
This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia