Cleveland railway line
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|Track length||37.3 km (23.2 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) Cape gauge|
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The Cleveland railway line is a suburban railway line extending 24.2 km (15.0 mi) east-southeast from Brisbane (37.3 km from Central station by rail), the state capital of Queensland, Australia. It is part of the QR Citytrain network.
The railway was opened to Manly in 1888 and extended to the first Cleveland station in 1889. An extension to the second Cleveland station opened in 1897, at which time the first Cleveland station was renamed West Cleveland (later Cleveland Central).
A further extension to Redland Bay and Mount Cotton was surveyed in 1889. An extension to Redland Bay was again recommended by the Royal Commission into Public Works in 1922 but was never built.
Line guide and services 
Most services stop at all stations to Bowen Hills railway station. The typical travel time between Cleveland and Brisbane City is approximately 56 minutes (to Central). During weekday peak times, a few services may skip some stations between Park Road and Manly stations, for faster travel times for commuters working in the Brisbane central business district. In addition, an afternoon service on school days only operates express between Cleveland and Buranda stations, stopping only at Thorneside, Manly and Lota.
Cleveland line services typically continue as Doomben line services.
|Cleveland railway line, Brisbane
showing distance from Central, ticket zone, and connecting or nearby bus services
- Plans and sections of various Queensland Railway Lines. (AA21 - YB24). Cleveland to Redland Bay and Mt. Cotton. RB 21 SHEET 2. 1889. Series 4611, Item 805633. Queensland State Archives.
- "Redland Railway - Commission's Report - Cleveland Route Favoured". The Brisbane Courier. 29 September 1922.
- "The Cleveland Railway.". The Brisbane Courier. 18 June 1912. p. 4. Retrieved 18 October 2011.
- Ludlow, Peter (26 March 2007). "Moreton Bay Database". Retrieved 14 December 2007.