Albion railway station, Melbourne
Westbound view from Platform 2 in December 2013
|Location||St Albans Road, Albion|
|Distance||13.65 kilometres from Southern Cross|
|Platforms||2 (1 island)|
|Fare zone||Myki zone 1/2 overlap|
|Website||Public Transport Victoria|
|Opened||5 January 1860|
Albion railway station is located on the Sunbury line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the western Melbourne suburb of Albion opening on 5 January 1860 as Albion & Darlington being renamed Albion on 24 March 1891.
The Melbourne & Murray River Railway (now the Bendigo line) opened in 1859 running from Footscray to Sunbury, by the early 1860s the line had been extended to Bendigo. A station named Albion & Darlington was built on the site of the current Albion station, opening on 5 January 1860. Albion & Darlington only remained open for a single year. In 1891 a new station named Albion opened to the west of the previous station. In 1919 Albion station was relocated to the current site.
The station had a signal box for the control of the junction with the Albion - Jacana freight line until 1961 when it was replaced by a signal panel, which was then moved to the Sunshine signal box in 1965.
Platforms & services
Transdev Melbourne operates one route via Albion station:
- Albion Vicsig
- SE Dornan & RG Henderson (1979). Electric Railways of Victoria. Australian Electric Traction Society. p. 68. ISBN 0-909459-06-1.
- Sunbury Line timetable Public Transport Victoria
- Route 219 Caroline Springs - Brighton Beach timetable Public Transport Victoria
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