|Location||3975-1, Ōaza Kume Aza Innai, Shūnan, Yamaguchi
|Operated by||JR West|
|Passengers (2009)||877 daily|
Kushigahama Station (櫛ヶ浜駅 Kushigahama-eki?) is operated by JR West in Shūnan, Yamaguchi, and serves as the transfer point between Sanyō Main Line and the Gantoku Line. It is located in the Tokuyama part of Shūnan.
- February 11, 1928: Station opens
- May 29, 1932: The Gantoku Line opens between this station and Suō-Hanaoka Station.
- April 1, 1987: Station operation is taken over by JR West after privatization of Japanese National Railways
The station has four tracks, with one side platform and one island platform serving the Sanyō Main Line, and one island platform serving the Gantoku line. Each of the platforms is connected by an overpass at the southeast end of the station.
|1||■ Sanyō Main Line||Tokuyama ・ Hōfu ・ Shin-Yamaguchi|
|2||■ Sanyō Main Line||Yanai ・ Iwakuni ・ Hiroshima|
|P||■ Sanyō Main Line||(passing)|
|3||■ Gantoku Line||Tokuyama|
|4||■ Gantoku Line||Suō-Takamori ・ Kuga ・ Iwakuni|
West Japan Railway (JR West)
|Sanyō Main Line|
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