|Locale||Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan|
|Rolling stock||205-1100 series|
|Line length||7.0 km (4.3 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
The Tsurumi Line (Japanese: 鶴見線,Japanese pronunciation: [Tsurumi-sen]) is a group of 3 railway lines operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Originally built to service the port and adjacent industrial area, the lines provide passenger services (especially for local workers) along a line between Tsurumi Station in Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama and Ōgimachi Station in Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki, and 2 short branches with a total length of track to 9.7 km. The gauge is 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in), two sections of the line have double track and the line is electrified at 1,500 V DC.
Japan Freight Railway Company (JR Freight) operates on three segments of the line, often to carry petroleum and other chemicals from the numerous refineries and factories in the area. The line is also used to carry jet fuel from the US Navy fuel depot near Anzen Station through the Musashino Line to Yokota Air Base in west Tokyo.
Keikyu Main Line (Keikyū-Tsurumi)
|JI05||Asano||浅野||0.6||3.0||Tsurumi Line (Umi-Shibaura Branch)||∥|
|JI06||Anzen||安善||0.5||3.5||Tsurumi Line (Ōkawa Branch)||∥|
|JI08||Hama-Kawasaki||浜川崎||1.6||5.7||Nambu Line (Branch Line)||∨|
|JI05||Asano||浅野||-||3.0||Tsurumi Line (Main Line)||∥||Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama|
|JI06||Anzen||安善||-||3.5||Tsurumi Line (Main Line)||∥||Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama|
Three-car 205-1100 series EMU trainsets modified from former 205-0 series trainsets were introduced on the Tsurumi Line from 25 August 2004. Nine 205-1100 series 3-car trains operate on the line.
Locomotives seen hauling freight trains include the EF65 and DE10.
A shuttle bus for Toshiba employees at runs in a loop between Asano, Shin-Shibaura, and Umi-Shibaura stations on a schedule alternating with Tsurumi Line trains. Both the bus and the stops are marked with the Toshiba logo.
The Tsurumi Port Railway (鶴見臨港鉄道, Tsurumi Rinkō Tetsudō) opened the Bentembashi to Hama-Kawasaki line, including the branch to Okawa in 1926, and extended the mainline to Ogimachi in 1928. In 1930, the Tsurumi to Bentembashi section opened, the lines were electrified at 600 V DC, and passenger services commenced on both lines. The Asano to Shin-Shibaura section opened as a freight-only line in 1932, and was extended to Umi-Shibaura in 1940, with passenger services commencing upon the opening of the extension.
The company was nationalised in 1943, and in 1948 the voltage was increased to 1,500 V DC.