Clayfield railway station

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Clayfield Railway Station, Queensland, July 2012.JPG
Station statistics
Address 761 Sandgate Road, Clayfield
Coordinates 27°25′04″S 153°03′27″E / 27.4178°S 153.0575°E / -27.4178; 153.0575Coordinates: 27°25′04″S 153°03′27″E / 27.4178°S 153.0575°E / -27.4178; 153.0575
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 1
Parking 0 bays
Bicycle facilities No
Other information
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code 600430
Owned by Queensland Rail
Fare zone 2
go card Top-Up and Purchase
Preceding station   Queensland Rail   Following station
toward Roma Street
Doomben Line
toward Doomben

Clayfield railway station is a railway station on the Doomben line in Clayfield, Queensland, a northern suburb of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Queensland Rail City network, in Zone 2 of the TransLink integrated public transport system.


For more details on this topic, see Rail transport in Queensland.
Station seen through the street entrance.

The Doomben railway line through Clayfield station opened on 3 September 1882. It was electrified in 1988, and all passenger services on the line were suspended in September 1993 by a Goss Labor Party government as part of a state-wide rationalisation of the rail network with the closing or suspending of under-utilised or unprofitable rail lines. Only on days of major race events at nearby race tracks did few special services run on the line, and only to adjoining stations of Ascot and Doomben.

Electric passenger services resumed on 27 January 1998 under a Borbidge National Party government, but only as far as Doomben,[1] with bus connections to the other abandoned stations.

Services by platform[edit]

Platform Line Destination Notes
1 Doomben Doomben

City & Park Road

All stations

All stations


  1. ^ "Doomben Rail Service Resume January 27" (Press release). Queensland Government. 21 January 1998. Retrieved 22 November 2007. 

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