Lynton railway station
|Railways in Adelaide - List of railway stations|
|Distance from Adelaide||10.7 km|
|Access by||Platform ramp|
|Peak frequency||Every 20 mins|
|Weekday frequency||Every 30 mins|
|Weekend frequency||Every 60 mins|
|Night frequency||Every 60 mins|
|Passenger information display||No|
|Passenger information speaker||Yes|
|Number of platforms||2 (1 disused)|
|Platform layout||1 side|
The station was opened in the mid-1950s, replacing the Sleeps Hill halt which was provided with step-down platforms south of the Sleeps Hill Quarry Sidings, approximately 500 metres south of Lynton station.
In 1995, the western side platform was closed when the inbound line was converted to standard gauge as part of the One Nation Adelaide-Melbourne line gauge conversion project. The platform was rebuilt in 2007.
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