Booragul railway station
|Newcastle & Central Coast Line|
|Distance from Central Station||146.39 km|
|Altitude (above sea level)||22 m|
|Types of stopping trains||Intercity
|Number of platforms||2|
|Number of tracks||2|
|Type of station||Ground|
Booragul railway station is a railway station located near Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia on the Main North railway line. The station opened in 1926, almost 40 years after the construction of this section of the Main North Line. The station has two platforms in an island configuration with lightweight passenger shelters. The original station buildings were extensively damaged in the 1989 Newcastle earthquake, resulting it their demolition and replacement with the current structures. The station is served by electric intercity trains to Sydney and local trains to Morisset of CityRail's Newcastle and Central Coast Line service.
Platforms and services 
|Newcastle & Central Coast Line||local services to Morisset and intercity services to Gosford, Hornsby and Central (via Strathfield)|
|Newcastle & Central Coast Line||local services and intercity services to Newcastle|
- Route 269 - between Toronto and Charlestown
- Route 270 - between Toronto and University
- Route 271 - between Toronto and Glendale
- Booragul Station. NSWRail.net. Retrieved 17 April 2009.
- 1989 Earthquake damage to Booragul Railway Station Lake Macquarie City Library. Retrieved 17 April 2009.
- CDCBus Timetables and Maps Accessed 17 December 2011
Neighbouring stations 
|Preceding station||CityRail||Following station|
|Newcastle and Central Coast Line||
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