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Keisei-Sakura Station

Keisei-Sakura Station (京成佐倉駅 Keisei-Sakura-eki) is a railway station operated by Keisei Electric Railway's Keisei Main Line located in Sakura, Chiba Prefecture Japan. It is 51.0 kilometers from the terminus of the Keisei Main Line at Keisei-Ueno Station.

History

Keisei-Sakura Station was opened in 1926, slightly to the south of its present location. The station was rebuilt in its present location in 1962.

Lines

Layout

Keisei-Sakura Station has two island platforms connected to an elevated station building.

Platforms

Platforms
1・2 Keisei Main Line For Keisei-TsudanumaKeisei-TakasagoNipporiKeisei-Ueno
3・4 Keisei Main Line For Higashi-NaritaKeisei-NaritaNarita Airport

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Keisei Main Line
Yachiyodai   Morning Liner (モーニングライナー)
Evening Liner (イブニングライナー)
  Keisei Narita
Keisei-Katsutadai   Rapid Limited Express (快速特急)   Keisei Narita
Keisei-Katsutadai   Limited Express (特急)   Ōsakura
Keisei-Usui   Commuter Limited Express (通勤特急)   Ōsakura
Keisei-Usui   Rapid (快速)   Ōsakura
Keisei-Usui   Local (普通)   Ōsakura

External links

  • (Japanese) Keisei Station layout

References

  1. ^ JTB Timetable No. 979 (August 2007) (in Japanese). Tokyo: JTB Corporation. p. 803. 


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