Tsukamoto Station

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Tsukamoto

塚本
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Platforms
General information
Line(s)
  • JR Kobe Line
  • JR Fukuchiyama Line
Platforms2 Side platforms
Tracks4
Construction
Structure typeElevated
AccessibleYes
Other information
Station code
  •  JR-A48  (Kobe Line)
  • JR-G48 (Fukuchiyama Line)

Tsukamoto Station (塚本駅, Tsukamoto-eki) is a train station on the Tōkaidō Line in Tsukamoto Nichome, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

Contents

Line

Facilities

  Station and wye layout

Amagasaki

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Ōsaka

from "塚本駅#デルタ線" on Wikipedia in Japanese

This station has two elevated island platforms with four tracks. Tracks 1 and 4 are fenced as all trains running on the outer tracks pass through this station without stopping.

1 Passing trains only 
2  JR Kyōto Line for Osaka , Shin-Ōsaka, Takatsuki and Kyōto
3  JR Kōbe Line for Sannomiya and Himeji / (JR Takarazuka Line) for Takarazuka
4 Passing trains only 

Wye

A wye is located in the north of Tsukamoto Station, connecting to Miyahara Depot on the Hoppo Freight Line. The wye is treated as a part of the facilities of this station.

On the eastbound tracks, the first entering signal is located at the branch of the Hoppo Freight Line, the second is in the wye, the third is at the junction of the track from Miyahara, then the fourth is in the north of the platform for Osaka and Shin-Osaka. The departure signal is located in the south of the platform.

On the westbound tracks, the signal in the south of the platform for Amagasaki is not the entering signal but block signal 0. The entering signal is located in the north of the platform and the track branches off to Miyahara, then after passing several block signals in the wye, the departure signal is at the junction of the Hoppo Freight Line.

Adjacent stations

«Service»
West Japan Railway Company (JR West)
Tōkaidō Line (JR Kobe Line)
Osaka (JR-A47) Local trains  Amagasaki (JR-A49)
Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station
Special Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station
through to and from the Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line)
Osaka (JR-A47) Local trains (through to and from the JR Kyoto Line) Amagasaki (JR-G49)
Local trains (originating from and terminating at Osaka): Does not stop at this station
Regional Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station
Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station
Tambaji Rapid Service: Does not stop at this station

History

Station numbering was introduced in March 2018 with Tsukamoto being assigned station number JR-A48 for the JR Kobe Line and JR-G48 for the Fukuchiyama Line. [1] [2]

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References

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