Horinouchi Station

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Horinouchi Station
堀ノ内駅
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Horinouchi Station
Location
Prefecture Kanagawa
(See other stations in Kanagawa)
City Yokosuka
Neighborhood etc. 3-4 Miharu-cho
Postal code 238-0014
(in Japanese) 神奈川県横須賀市三春町三丁目45
History
Year opened 1930
Former name Yokosuka-Horinouchi Station
Present name since 1961
Rail services
Station number(s) KK61
Operator(s) Keikyu
Line(s) Keikyu Main Line, Keikyu Kurihama Line
Statistics 13,249 passengers/day (FY2008)[citation needed]
Aiga bus inv.svg There is a bus stop near this station

Horinouchi Station (堀ノ内駅 Horinouchi-eki?) is a railway station in Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Keikyu.

Lines[edit]

Horinouchi is served by the Keikyu Main Line and Keikyu Kurihama Line. It is located 52.3 rail kilometers from the northern starting point of the Keikyu Main Line at Shinagawa Station, in Tokyo.

Station layout[edit]

Horinouchi Station has two elevated island platforms serving four tracks, connected to the station building by an underpass.

Platforms[edit]

1 Keikyu Main Line for Uraga
2 Keikyu Kurihama Line for Keikyū Kurihama, Misakiguchi
3 Keikyu Main Line for Yokohama, Haneda Airport, Shinagawa, Sengakuji, and Oshiage
4 Keikyu Main Line for Yokohama, Haneda Airport, Shinagawa, Sengakuji, and Oshiage

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Keikyu Main Line
Yokosuka-Chūō   Limited Express   Keikyū Ōtsu
Kenritsu Daigaku   Local   Keikyū Ōtsu
Keikyu Kurihama Line
Yokosuka-Chūō (Main Line)   Keikyu Wing   Shin-Ōtsu
Yokosuka-Chūō   Limited Express   Shin-Ōtsu
Yokosuka-Chūō   Limited Express   Shin-Ōtsu
Kenritsu Daigaku (Main Line)   Local   Shin-Ōtsu

History[edit]

The station opened on April 1, 1930 as a temporary stop on the Shōnan Electric Railways. At that time, it was named Yokosuka-Horinouchi Provisional Station (横須賀堀内仮駅?), and was located 200 meters closer to Yokosuka-Chūō Station than the present station. In June 1936, it was elevated in status to a full station. In November 1941, the Shōnan Electric Railways and the Keihin Electric Railways merged, and in May 1942 became part of the Tokyu Corporation. The station was relocated to its present address in November 1942. In 1948, the Keihin Electric Express Railway became independent of the Tokyu Corporation. The station assumed its present name on September 1, 1961.

References[edit]

  • Miura, Kazuo. Keikyū Kakuekiteisha to Kamakura Monogatari. Inban Publishing (1998). ISBN 4-8083-0624-7 (Japanese)

External links[edit]


Coordinates: 35°15′48.77″N 139°41′12.22″E / 35.2635472°N 139.6867278°E / 35.2635472; 139.6867278