Eagle Junction is a railway station in Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Queensland Rail City network.
The station forms the branching point for the
Caboolture/ Shorncliffe line, the Doomben line and the Airport line, and is in Zone 2 of the TransLink integrated public transport system.
History [ edit ]
The station was originally named
Eagle Farm Junction, but the name was changed to just Eagle Junction in January 1888. The original name reflects that this station was the junction at which the line to [1 ] Eagle Farm split off.
Services by platform [ edit ]
– inter-urban express services to Varsity Lakes Gold Coast Line
– all stations and peak hour express services to Cleveland Cleveland Line
– all stations services to City and Ipswich (after 6pm, and on weekends/public holidays) Ipswich Line
– Airtrain service to Brisbane International and Domestic terminals Airport Line
– all stations services to Caboolture (after 6pm, and on weekends/public holidays) Caboolture Line
– all stations services to Doomben Doomben Line
– all stations services to Shorncliffe (after 6pm, and on weekends/public holidays) Shorncliffe Line
– all stations and peak hour express services to City and Ipswich Ipswich Line
– all stations and peak hour express services to Caboolture Caboolture Line
diesel on a freight train at Eagle Junction in 1986
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