Bardwell Park railway station
|Address||Hartill-Law Avenue, Bardwell Park
New South Wales, Australia
|Line(s)||East Hills line|
|Distance||10.10 km (6.28 mi) from Central|
|Platforms||2 (1 Island)|
Bardwell Park is a railway station on the East Hills railway line and serves the southern Sydney suburb of Bardwell Park. It is served by the T2 Airport Line on the Sydney Trains network. The station has a single island platform serving the local tracks, which retains its 1930s original brick station building. As is the convention in Sydney, platform 1 is for Sydney bound trains, and platform 2 is for outbound trains towards East Hills.
Bardwell Park railway station opened in 1931 as part of the East Hills railway line between Tempe and East Hills. Bardwell Park station had been double track and electrified since its opening until 2000 when the Wolli Creek to Kingsgrove quadruplication was completed. The station now has an island platform serving the 'Up and Down East Hills Local' tracks, and an express track on either side, the 'Up and Down East Hills Main' lines.
Platforms and services
The usual service is 4 trains per hour during daytimes on weekdays, with 2 trains per hour at night and on weekends, with variations during peak hours.
|1||All stations services to Central and the City Circle via the Airport or Sydenham|
|2||All stations services to Kingsgrove and Revesby|
Sydney Buses runs two routes via Bardwell Park station:
- Route 473 - south to Rockdale station via Turrella, Arncliffe, north to Campsie via Earlwood, and Clemton Park
- Route 491 - north to Five Dock via Earlwood, Canterbury and Ashfield, south to Hurstville via Bexley North and Bexley.
|Preceding station||Sydney Trains||Following station|
Notes and references
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bardwell Park railway station, Sydney.|
- "East Hills Line". Nswrail.net. Retrieved 3 January 2007.