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Keisei-Tsudanuma Station

Keisei Tsudanuma Station
京成津田沼駅
North entrance, February 2007
Location
Prefecture Chiba
(See other stations in Chiba)
City Narashino
Neighborhood etc. 3-1-1 Tsudanuma
Postal code 275-0016
(in Japanese) 千葉県習志野津田沼3丁目1番1号
History
Year opened 1921
Former name Tsudanuma Station
Present name since 1931
Rail services
Station number(s) KS26
Operator(s) Keisei Electric Railway
Line(s) Keisei Main Line
Statistics 95,397 passengers/day (FY2009)

Keisei Tsudanuma Station (京成津田沼駅 Keisei Tsudanuma-eki?) is a railway station in Narashino, Chiba, Japan, operated by Keisei Electric Railway.


Lines

Keisei Tsudanuma Station is served by the following lines.

It is located 29.7 km from the Tokyo terminus of the Keisei Main Line at Keisei-Ueno Station, and 26.5 km from the terminus of the Shin-Keisei Line at Matsudo Station. Keisei Tsudanuma also forms the terminus of the Keisei Chiba Line.

Station layout

Keisei Tsudanuma Station has three island platforms connected by an overpass to the elevated station building.

Platforms


1, 2 Keisei Main Line for Keisei-Funabashi, Aoto, Oshiage, and Keisei-Ueno
3, 4 Keisei Main Line for Yachiyodai, Keisei-Sakura, Keisei-Narita, and Narita Airport
Keisei Chiba Line for Chiba-Chūō and Chiharadai
5 Shin-Keisei Line for Kita-Narashino, Shin-Kamagaya, and Matsudo
Keisei Chiba Line for Chiba-Chūō, and Chiharadai
6 Shin-Keisei Line for Kita-Narashino, Shin-Kamagaya, and Matsudo

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Keisei Main Line
Keisei-Funabashi   Rapid Limited Express   Yachiyodai
Keisei-Funabashi   Limited Express   Yachiyodai
Keisei-Funabashi   Commuter Limited Express   Yachiyodai
Funabashi-Keibajō   Rapid   Keisei-Ōkubo
Yatsu   Local   Keisei-Ōkubo
Keisei Chiba Line
Terminus   Local   Keisei-Makuhari-Hongō
Shin-Keisei Line
Shin-Tsudanuma - Terminus

History

Keisei-Tsudanuma Station was opened on July 17, 1921 as Tsudanuma Station (津田沼駅 Tsudanuma-eki?). The station was renamed to its present name on November 18, 1931. From November 1, 1953, the Shin-Keisei Electric Railway began operations to the station using the existing platforms, and from October 1957 to its own platform.

External links

  • Keisei Station layout (Japanese)

Coordinates: 35°41′01″N 140°01′28″E / 35.683645°N 140.024459°E / 35.683645; 140.024459

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