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 is a train station of the East Japan Railway Company (JR East) located in Tsurumi-ku, Yokohamamarker, Japanmarker.


Station layout

The Keihin-Tōhoku Line line consists of an island platform serving two tracks, and the Tsurumi Line consists of two side terminus platforms serving two tracks.

Platforms



1 Keihin-Tōhoku Line Higashi-Kanagawa ・ Yokohama ・ Isogo

2 Keihin-Tōhoku Line Kawasaki ・ Shinagawa ・ Tokyo ・ Ueno ・ Ōmiya

3-4 Tsurumi Line Tsurumi-ono ・ Asano ・ Ōgimachi ・ Umi-shibaura ・ Okawa



Tsurumi is officially the southern terminus of the Musashino Line but does not ordinarily have passenger service on that line.

History

  • November 15 1872: Opens as a station of Tōkaidō Line.
  • April 1 1898: Freight services started.
  • December 23 1934: Tsurumi Rinkō Railway (present Tsurumi Line) opens at the present location.
  • July 1 1943: Tsurumi Rinkō Railway is nationalized, becoming Tsurumi Line.
  • November 9 1963: The Tsurumi Accident occurred (one of the 5 big JNR accidents since the war).
  • November 1 1974: Freight services are discontinued.
  • November 1 1979: The line opens from this station to Totsuka Station via Yokohama-Hazawa Station.
  • April 1 1987: The station becomes a station of JR East following privatization of JNR.


Adjacent stations

Surrounding area

  • Sojijimarker temple
  • Tsurumi Ward Office



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