Tōkyū Ōimachi Line


Tōkyū Ōimachi Line
     Tōkyū Ōimachi Line

6000 series EMU on Ōimachi Line express service, March 2008
Overview
Type Commuter rail
Locale Tokyo
Termini Ōimachi
Mizonokuchi
Stations 18
Operation
Opened 6 July 1927
Owner Tokyu Corporation
Technical
Line length 12.4 km
Track gauge 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Electrification 1,500 V DC overhead catenary
Route diagram
Legend
Unknown BSicon "tSTR"
UpDownTWR
Transverse track Transverse track Unknown BSicon "tKRZ" Transverse track
LeftTōkaidō Main LineRight
Transverse track Transverse track Unknown BSicon "tKRZ" Station on transverse track
LeftKeihin-Tōhoku LineRight
Head station Unknown BSicon "tBHF"
0.0 Ōimachi
Unknown BSicon "tSTRq" Unknown BSicon "KRZt" Unknown BSicon "tSTRrf"
Station on track
0.8 Shimo-Shinmei
Transverse track Unknown BSicon "KRZo" Transverse track
LeftYokosuka LineRight
Transverse track Unknown BSicon "KRZu" Transverse track
LeftTōkaidō ShinkansenRight
Station on track
1.5 Togoshi-kōen
Straight track
Unknown BSicon "tSTRq" Unknown BSicon "KRZt" Unknown BSicon "tBHFq"
LeftToei Asakusa LineRight
Station on track
2.1 Nakanobu
Station on track
2.7 Ebaramachi
Straight track
Station on transverse track Unknown BSicon "KRZo" Transverse track
LeftTōkyū Ikegami LineRight
Station on track
3.2 Hatanodai
Station on track
4.0 Kita-Senzoku
Track turning from right Enter tunnel
LeftTōkyū Meguro LineDown
Enter tunnel Unknown BSicon "tSTR"
Unknown BSicon "tBHF" Unknown BSicon "tBHF"
4.8 Ōokayama
Exit tunnel Exit tunnel
Junction from left Junction to right
Track turning left Unknown BSicon "KRZo" Unknown BSicon "ABZ3lg"
Straight track Non-passenger end station
Okusawa depot
Station on track
5.3 Midorigaoka
Station on track
6.3 Jiyūgaoka
Station on transverse track Unknown BSicon "KRZu" Transverse track
LeftTōkyū Tōyoko LineRight
Unknown BSicon "eABZlf" Unknown BSicon "exKDSTr"
Jiyūgaoka depot
Station on track
7.1 Kuhombutsu
Station on track
7.8 Oyamadai
Station on track
8.3 Todoroki
Station on track
9.2 Kami-Noge
Straight track
UpŌimachi Line
Transverse track Unknown BSicon "KRZo" Track turning from right
LeftTōkyū Den-en-toshi LineDown
Right side of cross-platform interchange Left side of cross-platform interchange
10.4 Futako-Tamagawa
Junction to left Junction from right
Unknown BSicon "eGRENZE+WBRÜCKE" Unknown BSicon "eGRENZE+WBRÜCKE"
Tama River/Tokyo-Kanagawa boundary
Straight track Station on track
11.1 Futako-Shinchi
Straight track Station on track
11.7 Takatsu
Right side of cross-platform interchange Left side of cross-platform interchange
12.4 Mizonokuchi
Transverse track Unknown BSicon "KRZo" Unknown BSicon "KRZo" Station on transverse track
Musashi-Mizonokuchi
Track turning left Junction from right
LeftNambu LineRight
Stop on track
Kajigaya
Non-passenger terminus from left Junction to right
Kajigaya depot
Abbreviated in this map
Non-passenger terminus from left Junction from right
Saginuma depot
Stop on track
Saginuma
Abbreviated in this map
Stop on track
Nagatsuta
Track turning from left Junction to right
Non-passenger end station Abbreviated in this map
Nagatsuta depot
End stop
Chūō-Rinkan

The Tōkyū Ōimachi Line (東急大井町線 Tōkyū Ōimachi-sen?) is a railway line operated by the Japanese private railway operator Tokyu Corporation. It extends from Ōimachi in Shinagawa, Tokyo to Mizonokuchi in Kawasaki, Kanagawa.

Contents

Rolling stock

  • For Local services
    • 8000 series
    • 8500 series
    • 8090 series
    • 8590 series
    • 9000 series
  • For Express services

History

  • 6 July 1927: Ōimachi - Ōokayama opened by Meguro-Kamata Electric Railway (目黒蒲田電鉄)
  • 1 November 1929: Jiyūgaoka - Futako-Tamagawa opened by Meguro-Kamata Electric Railway
  • 25 December 1929: Ōokayama - Jiyūgaoka opened by Meguro-Kamata Electric Railway
  • 29 June 1938: Meguro-Kamata Railway absorbed into Tōkyō-Yokohama Electric Railway (東京横浜電鉄)
  • 15 January 1958: Electric supply increased to 1,500 V DC
  • 11 October 1963: Line renamed Den-en-toshi Line, together with the section south of Futako-Tamagawa
  • 16 November 1977: Through running starts between Shibuya and Nagatsuta
  • 12 August 1979: Line renamed Ōimachi Line, separated from Den-en-toshi Line south of Futako-Tamagawa
  • 23 February 2008: ATC operation starts
  • 28 March 2008: Express services start
  • 11 July 2009: Expand from Futako-Tamagawa to Mizonokuchi

Stations

For distances and connections for other lines, see the route diagram.

Local trains are classified by color of signs: blue and green. The latter runs on the express track between Futako-Tamagawa and Mizonokuchi and does not stop at Futako-Shinchi and Takatsu.

Station Japanese Name Stops Location
"Blue"
Local
"Green"
Local
Express
Ōimachi 大井町
Shinagawa Tokyo
Shimo-Shinmei 下神明
Togoshi-kōen 戸越公園
Nakanobu 中延
Ebaramachi 荏原町
Hatanodai 旗の台
Kita-Senzoku 北千束
Ōta
Ōokayama 大岡山
Meguro
Midorigaoka 緑が丘
Jiyūgaoka 自由が丘
Kuhombutsu 九品仏
Setagaya
Oyamadai 尾山台
Todoroki 等々力
Kami-Noge 上野毛
Futako-Tamagawa 二子玉川
Futako-Shinchi 二子新地
Takatsu-ku,
Kawasaki
Kanagawa
Takatsu 高津
Mizonokuchi 溝の口

References

  • "80周年を迎え進化する東急大井町線-その1-" (in Japanese). Japan Railfan Magazine (鉄道ファン Tetsudō-fan?) (July 2008): pp. 118–125. 2008. 

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