Broadmeadow railway station
Northbound view in May 2007
|Address||Graham Road, Broadmeadow
|Distance||162.94 km (101.25 mi) from Central|
|Platforms||3 (1 side, 1 island)|
|Opened||15 August 1887|
|Fare zone||MyZone 3|
Following the electrification of the line from Wyong in June 1984 passenger trains including the Brisbane Limited, Gold Coast Motorail, Grafton Express, North Coast Daylight Express, North Coast Overnight Express, Northern Mail and Northern Tablelands Express changed from electric to diesel traction at Broadmeadow.
Platforms & services
|1||Central Coast & Newcastle Line||Electric Multiple Unit services to Gosford & Sydney|
|NSW TrainLink North Coast||XPT services to Sydney (3 per day)|
|NSW TrainLink North Western||Xplorer services to Sydney (1 per day)|
|2||Central Coast & Newcastle Line||Electric Multiple Unit services to Newcastle|
|3||NSW TrainLink North Coast||XPT services to Grafton, Casino & Brisbane (all 1 per day)|
|NSW TrainLink North Western||Xplorer services to Armidale/Moree (1 per day)|
Newcastle Buses operates one route which stops at Broadmeadow station:
The Australian Rail Track Corporation's Broadmeadow Centralised Traffic Control centre for the northern half of the state including the North Coast line to Brisbane, is located just south of the station, as is RailCorp's Broadmeadow signal box which controls the Broadmeadow to Eraring section of the Main Northern line.
South of the station lies the extensive Broadmeadow yard. NSW TrainLink have a depot that maintains their Endeavour and Hunter railcar fleet. The former Broadmeadow Locomotive Depot is used to house preserved rolling stock.
Australian Rail Track Corporation signal box in May 2007
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