List of NSW TrainLink railway stations

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The NSW TrainLink is a train operator of passenger services outside the metropolitan area of Sydney in New South Wales. The network is divided into two tiers; intercity - a commuter-based rail network centred on the Greater Sydney area, and regional - long distance and interstate services. The network is served by a fleet of double-deck electric multiple units and single-deck diesel trains.


Stations[edit]

Station Image Line(s) Distance from
Central Station
(km)[1][2][3]
Date opened Previous name(s)
Aberdeen Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 300.730 20 October 1870
Adamstown Newcastle & Central Coast Line 161.120 15 August 1887
Albion Park Albion Park South Coast Line 103.340 9 November 1887 Oak Flats (1887–1888)
Albury Country Southern 642.40 3 February 1881
Armidale Country North Western 578
Austinmer Austinmer South Coast Line 68.590 1 September 1887
Awaba Awaba Newcastle & Central Coast Line 137.310 15 August 1887
Bargo Bargo Southern Highlands Line 102.870 13 July 1919 West Bargo (1919–1921)
Bathurst Bathurst Blue Mountains Line 239.900 4 April 1876
Bell Bell Blue Mountains Line 137.120 1 May 1875 Mount Wilson (1875–1889)
Bellambi Bellambi South Coast Line 75.550 1889
Bellata Country North Western 615 1897 Woolbra (1897-1909)
Benalla Benalla Country Southern 18 August 1873
Beresfield Beresfield Hunter Line 179.810 31 July 1925
Berry Berry South Coast Line 140.840 2 June 1893
Blackheath Blackheath Blue Mountains Line 120.670 1 August 1862
Blayney Blayney Country Western 1847
Blaxland Blaxland Blue Mountains Line 71.480 11 July 1867 Wascoes (1867–1879)
Boggabri Country North Western 515 1882
Bomaderry (Nowra) Bomaderry South Coast Line 153.350 2 June 1893
Bombo Bombo South Coast Line 140.840 9 November 1887 North Kiama (1887–1889)
Kiama (1889–1893)
North Kiama (1893–1907)
Booragul Booragul Newcastle & Central Coast Line 146.390 24 October 1926
Bowral Bowral Southern Highlands Line 136.340 2 December 1867
Branxton Branxton Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 215.600 24 March 1862
Brisbane Roma Street Roma Street Country North Coast 1876
Broadmeadow Broadmeadow Newcastle & Central Coast Line 162.940 15 August 1887
Broadmeadows Broadmeadows Country Southern 1 February 1873
Broken Hill Broken Hill Country Western 1919
Bullaburra Bullaburra Blue Mountains Line 97.690 16 February 1925
Bulli Bulli South Coast Line 72.150 21 June 1887
Bundanoon Bundanoon Southern Highlands Line 162.260 6 August 1868 Jordans Crossing (1868–78)
Jordans Siding (1878–1881)
Bungendore Bungendore Country Southern
Burradoo Burradoo Southern Highlands Line 138.840 1870, 1 March 1976 (reopened after closure in 1975)
Canberra Canberra Country Southern 329.610 21 April 1924
Cardiff Cardiff Newcastle & Central Coast Line 155.080 14 March 1889 (original site)
8 June 1902 (present site)
Casino Country North Coast 1930
Civic Civic Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Hunter Line
167.020 30 March 1857 Newcastle (1857–1858)
Honeysuckle (1858–1872)
Honeysuckle Point (1872–1935)
Coalcliff Coalcliff South Coast Line 59.270 1 August 1920
Cockle Creek Cockle Creek Newcastle & Central Coast Line 150.630 15 August 1887
Coffs Harbour Coffs Harbour Country North Coast 607.810 30 August 1915
Coledale Coledale South Coast Line 66.230 1 July 1902 (original site)
5 September 1906 (second site)
27 October 1912 (present site)
Coniston Coniston South Coast Line 84.100 1 April 1916 (original site)
1 November 1925 (reopen after closure on 29 April 1923)
20 May 1941 (present site)
Condobolin Condobolin Country Western 546.300 1896
Coolamon Coolamon Country Southern 1881
Cootamundra Cootamundra Country Southern 429.650 1877
Corrimal Corrimal South Coast Line 76.990 21 June 1887
Cowan Cowan Newcastle & Central Coast Line 48.810 1890 (originally)
6 October 1901 (with platform)
Cringila Cringila South Coast Line (Port Kembla Branch) 87.650 16 April 1926
Culcairn Country Southern 596 1880
Dapto Dapto South Coast Line 95.050 9 January 1887
Darnick Country Western
Dora Creek Dora Creek Newcastle & Central Coast Line 127.230 16 August 1889
Douglas Park Douglas Park Southern Highlands Line 73.320 6 September 1869 (original site)
13 June 1892 (present site)
Douglass Park (1869–1891)
Dubbo Country Western 1881
Dungog Dungog Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 245.200 14 August 1911
Dunmore
(Shellharbour)
Dunmore South Coast Line 110.660 9 November 1887
East Maitland East Maitland Hunter Line 189.097 27 July 1858 (original site)
2 May 1864 (second site)
25 March 1879 (present site)
Morpeth Junction (1858–1879)
Euabalong West Country Western 1919
Eungai Country North Coast
Exeter Exeter Southern Highlands Line 155.880 1878 Badgery's Siding (1878–1890)
Fairy Meadow Fairy Meadow South Coast Line 79.360 1887 Cramsville (1887–1888)
Para-Meadow (1888–1909)
Balgownie (1909–1956)
Fassifern Fassifern Newcastle & Central Coast Line 142.310 1888 (originally)
5 May 1891 (with platform)
Faulconbridge Falconbridge Blue Mountains Line 82.960 15 March 1877
Gerringong Gerringong South Coast Line 128.560 2 June 1893
Glenbrook Glenbrook Blue Mountains Line 67.090 (present) 11 July 1867 (original station)
11 May 1913 (present station)
Watertank (1867–1874)
Wascoes Siding (1874–1878)
Brookdale (1878–1879)
Gosford Gosford Newcastle & Central Coast Line 80.910 15 August 1887
Goulburn Goulburn Southern Highlands Line 224.900 19 May 1869
Greta Greta Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 210.800 6 September 1869 Farthing (1869–1878)
Hamilton Hamilton Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Hunter Line
164.630 1872
Hawkesbury River Hawkesbury River Newcastle & Central Coast Line 57.400 1870 Peats Ferry (1870–1888)
Brooklyn (1888–1889)
Hawkesbury River (1889–1890)
Hawkesbury (1890–1906)
Hazelbrook Hazelbrook Blue Mountains Line 93.470 1884
Helensburgh Helensburgh South Coast Line 46.380 1 January 1889 (original site)
30 May 1915 (present site)
Hexham Hexham Hunter Line 175.530 1 August 1871
High Street High Street Hunter Line 191.410 27 May 1856
Hilldale Hilldale Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 226.400 14 August 1911
Katoomba Katoomba Blue Mountains Line 109.940 2 February 1874 Crushers (1874–1877)
Kembla Grange Racecourse Kembla South Coast Line 91.590 1 January 1890
Kiama Kiama South Coast Line 119.160 2 June 1893
Koolewong Koolewong Newcastle & Central Coast Line 74.820 29 November 1920
Kotara Kotara Newcastle & Central Coast Line 158.920 12 November 1924
Lapstone Lapstone Blue Mountains Line 63.620 24 February 1964
Lawson Lawson Blue Mountains Line 96.040 11 July 1867 Blue Mountain (1867–1879)
Leura Leura Blue Mountains Line 107.590 6 December 1890
Linden Linden Blue Mountains Line 86.810 August 1874 (as tank stop)
26 October 1874 (with platform)
Linden Tank (1874)
Henderson's Platform (1874–1879)
Lisarow Lisarow Newcastle & Central Coast Line 87.730 31 October 1892 Jenkins Siding (1892–1902)
Wyoming (1902)
Lithgow Lithgow Blue Mountains Line 155.780 June 1877 (original site)
9 March 1855 (present site)
Lochinvar Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 202.600 2 July 1860
Lysaghts Lysaghts South Coast Line (Port Kembla Branch) 86.270 30 May 1938
Maitland Maitland Hunter Line 192.550 1880 West Maitland (1880–1949)
Martins Creek Martins Creek Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 218.500 14 August 1911
Marulan Marulan Southern Highlands Line 192.910 6 August 1868
Medlow Bath Medlow Bath Blue Mountains Line 115.800 21 January 1880 Browns Siding Pulpit Hill (1880–1883)
Medlow (1883–1903)
Menangle Menangle Southern Highlands Line 65.330 1 July 1863
Menangle Park Menangle Park Southern Highlands Line 62.850 26 September 1937
Metford Metford Hunter Line 185.120 17 March 1995[4]
Mindaribba Mindaribba Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 218.500 14 August 1911 Dunmore (1911–1912)
Minnamurra Minnamurra South Coast Line 113.370 23 December 1891 (original site)
10 October 1943 (present site)
Mittagong Mittagong Southern Highlands Line 131.570 1 March 1867
Morisset Morisset Newcastle & Central Coast Line 123.330 15 August 1888 Morrisset (1888–1889)
Moss Vale Moss Vale Southern Highlands Line 145.710 2 December 1867 Sutton Forest (1867–1877)
Mount Victoria Mount Victoria Blue Mountains Line 126.720 6 September 1869
Muswellbrook Muswellbrook Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 288.800 19 May 1869 Musclebrook (1869–1890)
Narara Narara Newcastle & Central Coast Line 84.600 15 August 1887
Newcastle Newcastle Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Hunter Line
168.100 5 April 1857 (original site)
9 March 1858 (present site)
Niagara Park Niagara Park Newcastle & Central Coast Line 86.190 October 1902 Tundula (1902)
North Wollongong North Wollongong South Coast Line 81.320 19 July 1915
Oak Flats Oat Flat South Coast Line 105.130 1 January 1890 (originally)
9 March 1925 (with platform)
21 February 2003 (present site)
Otford Otford South Coast Line 52.639 3 October 1888
Ourimbah Ourimbah Newcastle & Central Coast Line 90.610 15 August 1887
Paterson Paterson Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 213.200 14 August 1911
Penrose Penrose Southern Highlands Line 171.400 1869 (as siding)
1 June 1871 (original site)
15 March 1916 (present site)
Cables Siding (1869–1871)
Picton Picton Southern Highlands Line 85.250 1 July 1863
Point Clare Point Clare Newcastle & Central Coast Line 78.050 28 June 1891
Port Kembla Port Kembla South Coast Line (Port Kembla Branch) 90.240 5 January 1920
Port Kembla North Port Kembla North South Coast Line (Port Kembla Branch) 88.770 9 March 1936
Sandgate Sandgate Hunter Line 170.510 1881
Scarborough Scarborough South Coast Line 62.530 21 June 1887 (original site)
15 August 1915 (present site)
Clifton (1887–1888)
South Clifton (1888–1903)
Scarborough (1903–1915)
Clifton (1915–1916)
Scone Scone Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 314.660 17 April 1871
Singleton Singleton Hunter Line (Scone Branch) 238.900 7 May 1863
Springwood Springwood Blue Mountains Line 79.670 11 July 1867
Stanwell Park Stanwell Park South Coast Line 55.950 14 March 1890 (original site)
10 October 1920 (present site)
Tahmoor Tahmoor Southern Highlands Line 94.490[5] 13 July 1919[5]
Tallong Tallong Southern Highlands Line 185.380[6] 1869 (originally)
16 April 1878 (with platform)[6]
Barbers Creek Tank (1869–1905)[6]
Tarro Tarro Hunter Line 178.180[7] 5 April 1857[7] Hexham (1857–1871)
Hexham Township (1871)[7]
Tascott Tascott Newcastle & Central Coast Line 76.910[8] October 1905[8]
Telarah Telarah Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 194.740[9] 14 August 1911[9] West Maitland Marshalling Yard (1911–1922)[9]
Teralba Teralba Newcastle & Central Coast Line 147.570[10] 15 August 1887[11]
Thirroul Thirroul South Coast Line 70.240[12] 21 June 1887[12] Robbinsville (1887–1891)[13]
Thornton Thornton Hunter Line 182.190[14] 1 August 1871[14] Woodford (1871–1877)[14]
Towradgi Towradgi South Coast Line 78.020[15] 18 December 1948[15]
Tuggerah Tuggerah Newcastle & Central Coast Line 98.540[16] 1890[16] Tuggerah Lakes (1890–1891)
Tuggerah (1891–?)
Tuggerah Lakes (?-1911)[16]
Unanderra Unanderra South Coast Line 88.270[17] 9 November 1887[17]
Valley Heights Valley Heights Blue Mountains Line 77.410[18] May 1875[18] Eagers Platform (1875–1877)
The Valley (1877–1880)[18]
Victoria Street Victoria Street Hunter Line 187.920[19] 5 April 1857[19] East Maitland (1857–1858)
(closed) (1858–1877)[19]
Wallarobba Wallarobba Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 231.700[20] 14 August 1911[20]
Warabrook
(University)
Warabrook Hunter Line 168.690[21] 23 October 1995[4]
Waratah Waratah Hunter Line 165.970[22] 9 March 1858[22]
Warnervale Warnervale Newcastle & Central Coast Line 105.900[23] 2 September 1907 (originally)
17 October 1910 (with platform)[23]
Warrimoo Warrimoo Blue Mountains Line 74.300[24] 9 March 1918[24]
Wentworth Falls Wentworth Fall Blue Mountains Line 102.610[25] 22 July 1867[25] Weatherboard (1867–1879)[25]
Wickham Wickham Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Hunter Line
165.930[26] 9 February 1936[26]
Wingello Wingello Southern Highlands Line 177.140[27] 1 June 1871 (as siding)
1882 (as station)[27]
Unnamed (1871–1895)[27]
Wirragulla Wirragulla Hunter Line (Dungog Branch) 238.000[28] 14 August 1911[28]
Wollongong Wollongong South Coast Line 82.920[29] 21 June 1887[29]
Wombarra Wombarra South Coast Line 64.340[30] 12 February 1917[30]
Wondabyne Wondabyne Newcastle & Central Coast Line 65.150[31] 1 May 1889 (original site)
April 1939 (present site)[31]
Mullet Creek Junction (1889–1890)
Hawkesbury Cabin (1890–1891)[31]
Woodford Woodford Blue Mountains Line 90.370[32] 11 July 1868[32] Buss's Platform (1868–1871)[32]
Woonona Woonona South Coast Line 73.990[33] 25 August 1919[33]
Woy Woy Woy Woy Newcastle & Central Coast Line 72.620[34] 1 February 1889 (originally)
18 December 1891 (with platform)[34]
Wyee Wyee Newcastle & Central Coast Line 114.860[35] 1 August 1892 (originally)
February 1896 (with platform)[35]
Wyong Wyong Newcastle & Central Coast Line 101.080[36] 15 August 1887[36]
Yerrinbool Yerrinbool Southern Highlands Line 116.310[37] 13 July 1919[37]
Zig Zag Zig Zag Blue Mountains Line 150.940[38] 15 April 1878 (originally)
1959 (after closure in 1910)[38]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Main Western Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Main North Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "South Coast Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  4. ^ a b Brian Langton MLA, "Questions and Answers – 491: Railway Station Openings": New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Hansard, 16 April 1996, p. 1006. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  5. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tahmoor Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  6. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tallong Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  7. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tarro Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  8. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tascott Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  9. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Telarah Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  10. ^ Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Teralba Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  11. ^ City of Lake Macquarie, "Information Hunter: Local History: History of Teralba". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  12. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Thirroul Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  13. ^ Forsyth, J.H. (ed.) (1988–93), Stations & Tracks; Vol. 1: "Main Suburban & Branches – Illawarra & Branches". State Rail Authority of New South Wales: Sydney, p. 145.
  14. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Thornton Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  15. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Towradgi Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  16. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tuggerah Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  17. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Unanderra Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  18. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Valley Heights Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  19. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Victoria Street Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  20. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wallarobba Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  21. ^ Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Warabrook Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  22. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waratah Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  23. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Warnervale Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  24. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Warrimoo Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  25. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wentworth Falls Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  26. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wickham Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  27. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wingello Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  28. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wirragulla Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  29. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wollongong Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  30. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wombarra Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  31. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wondabyne Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  32. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Woodford Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  33. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Woonona Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  34. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Woy Woy Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  35. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wyee Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  36. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wyong Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  37. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Yerrinbool Railway Station. Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  38. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Zig Zag Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.

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