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|Former name||Ōmebashi Station|
|Line(s)||Seibu Haijima Line|
The station opened on May 15, 1950 as Ōmebashi Station (青梅橋駅 Ōmebashi eki?), named after the intersection outside. It gained its current name on March 25, 1979 and was elevated on July 17, 1980.
There are two side platforms separated by two tracks on the second floor (Japanese sense, first floor in European sense), accessed by stairs, escalators and lifts. The ticket gates are at ground level.
Track 1 is for down trains (for Haijima), Track 2 is for up trains (for Kodaira and Seibu-Shinjuku).
Trains run 0455-0040 weekdays and 0455-0025 weekends. The typical hourly weekday off-peak service is:
- 6 local trains to Tanashi, of which:
- 4 continue to Seibu-Shinjuku
- 6 local trains to Tamagawa-Jōsui, of which:
- 2 continue to Haijima
|Ogawa||Seibu Haijima Line||Tamagawajōsui|
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