Casino railway station
|Address||Canterbury Street, Casino
New South Wales, Australia
|Line(s)||North Coast line|
|Distance||565 km (351 mi) from Central|
Casino is a railway station on the North Coast railway line in New South Wales, Australia. The station opened in 1930 and serves the Northern Rivers town of Casino. The station consists of an island style platform with a track on only one of the platform faces. A passing loop lies adjacent to the running line. Immediately north of the station lies the junction to the now closed Murwillumbah branch line, a roundhouse and turntable. It is served by NSW TrainLink XPT passenger trains to Brisbane and is the terminus of a daily XPT train to and from Sydney. A station was also located at South Casino, but closed in 1974.
- Casino station NSWRail.net. Retrieved 14 August 2009.