The first Como station opened on 26 December 1885 immediately south of the Georges River. When the original iron lattice girder bridge was replaced, a new station was built about one kilometre to the south opening on 27 November 1972.
The original station platform is still visible today near the southern end of the bridge. The station buildings have been demolished and a power sub-station was built in their place on the platform - most of which remains. There is no public access to the original platform but the subway tunnel under the rail line remains open.