Keswick railway station, Adelaide
|Railways in Adelaide - List of railway stations|
|Distance from Adelaide||3.8 km|
|Access by||Pedestrian overpass|
|Peak frequency||Every 15-20 mins|
|Weekday frequency||Every 20-30 mins|
|Weekend frequency||Every 60 mins|
|Night frequency||Every 60 mins|
|Passenger information display||No|
|Passenger information speaker||Yes|
|Number of platforms||4|
|Platform layout||2 side
|Opened||6 April 1913|
|Train transfer||The Overland
|Bus transfer||M44 & G44 to Marion Centre & Golden Grove Village
167 & 168 to Glenelg
Keswick railway station was a station on the Belair, Seaford and Tonsley lines, and was located in the inner western Adelaide suburb of Keswick. It was located 3.8 kilometres from Adelaide station. At the time of its closure, it was the only station on the Adelaide suburban system without wheelchair access, the steep terrain and sparse patronage being prohibitive. Adjacent to the station lay Adelaide Parklands Terminal, that was formerly named Keswick Terminal.
Keswick station was opened on Sunday 6 April 1913. Within months of opening, a station master was appointed to manage bulk goods business, including firewood and sand bricks. A ticket office was added in 1927. The station was demolished in March 2013 during the closure of the Noarlunga/Seaford and Tonsley lines, in preparation for the electrification of those lines.
- "Keswick Railway Station". The Register. 7 April 1913. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
- "Keswick Station". The Register. 26 June 1913. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
- "Keswick Railway Station". The Advertiser. 20 April 1927. Retrieved 2 June 2015.
- "New station to replace Keswick on suburban network" Railway Digest May 2013 page 20
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