Corinda is a railway station on the Ipswich and Rosewood and Springfield lines in Corinda, a suburb of Brisbane, Australia.
It is located in Zone 3 of the TransLink integrated public transport system, and is part of the Queensland Rail city network.
During peak hour on weekdays, trains ran between Brisbane Central and Corinda via Tennyson and Yeerongpilly until the line closed in June 2011. These services have been replaced by Brisbane Transport's Route 104 RailBus.
Corinda station was built in 1875 and was known as South Brisbane Junction until 1888. In 1884, a branch line was built from Corinda to the South Brisbane wharves. The branch line is now known as the Corinda via South Brisbane line.
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