Hastings railway station, Melbourne
Picture of the station facing Stony Point end
|Station status||Unmanned station|
|Website||Link, includes timetables|
Hastings is located at the northern end of the High Street level crossing, which also provides station access.
The station consists of one side platform, with a semi-large steel building in the centre. Like all stations on the Stony Point line, the station contains no Metcard machine or validators, with passengers required to pre-purchase tickets and validate them on arrival at Frankston. A former yard and crane are situated at the Frankston end of the station.
Platforms, services and connecting bus services
- Stony Point line - all stations and limited stops services to Flinders Street
- Stony Point line - all stations and limited stops services to Stony Point
Buses from Hastings Station
- 782 Frankston Station via Somerville Station, Tyabb Station (every day). Operated by Peninsula Bus Lines.
- 782 Flinders
- 783 Frankston Station via Somerville Station, Tyabb Station (Monday to Friday). Operated by Peninsula Bus Lines.
Hastings station opened on 10 September 1889. The line between Frankston and Stony Point closed in 1981 and re-opened in 1984.
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