Glanville railway station

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Glanville Interchange
Railways in Adelaide - List of railway stations
Glanville Interchange.jpeg
Train services
Outer Harbor Line
Street Causeway Road
Suburb Glanville
Distance from Adelaide 13.8 km
Access by Level pedestrian crossing
Hi-Frequency station No
Peak frequency Every 10-20 Mins
Weekday frequency Every 30 Mins
Weekend frequency Every 30 Mins
Night frequency Every 60 Mins
Passenger information display Yes
Passenger information speaker Yes
Number of platforms 4
Platform layout 2 side platforms
2 bay platforms (disused)
Toilets No
Car parking Yes
Bike storage Yes
Lounge No
Kiosk No
Wheelchair access Handicapped/disabled access Yes
Other facilities Shelters
Opened 1878
Rebuilt 1978
Train transfer None
Bus transfer 333 to Outer Harbor and Port Adelaide
Adjacent stations
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(Semaphore) Exeter (closed)

Glanville Interchange railway station is a railway station with four platforms on the Outer Harbor railway line which is located in the northwestern Adelaide suburb of Glanville on the LeFevre Peninsula. It is located 13.8 km (8 miles 44 chains) by railway from the Adelaide Railway Station.

Today, Glanville is a broad gauge (1600mm) only station, served only by diesel electric railcars, run by Adelaide Metro. Up until February 2013, a number of peak hour services from Adelaide terminated here as supplements to express services to/from the City, however these were withdrawn in favour of terminating services at Osborne.[1]


The station opened in 1878 with the extension of the Adelaide to Port Adelaide railway to Semaphore. This remained the main line, until the extension of the current line from Glanville towards Outer Harbor. The Semaphore branch line ran mainly in the middle of Dunnikier Road (later renamed Semaphore Road) and remained open until 1978 (a century after it opened). During its final years, the service was run with the small 55 class Brill railcars before being replaced in 1968 by the Redhen railcars.


No services terminate at Glanville as per timetable published 4 February 2013.

Platform #1:

Platform #2:

Platform #3:

Platform #4:

Bus transfers[edit]

A small bus/rail interchange was built adjacent to the station in the mid 1990s to cater for buses serving the LeFevre Peninsula area.

Adelaide Metro Bus Transfers
Stop Number 42 (Glanville Interchange)
Route No. Destination & Route Details
Port Adelaide via Semaphore Road and Nelson Street
(333B to Port Canal Shopping Centre)
North Haven via Hart Street and Military Road
(333L to Largs Bay)

See also[edit]

Coordinates: 34°50′32″S 138°29′36″E / 34.842191°S 138.493450°E / -34.842191; 138.493450

  1. ^ "Outer Harbor & Grange line timetable". Adelaide Metro. Retrieved 2013-10-03.