Mindaribba railway station
|Address||Tocal Road, Mindaribba
New South Wales, Australia
|Line(s)||North Coast line|
|Distance||203.46 km (126.42 mi) from Central|
|Platforms||1 (1 side)|
Mindaribba is a railway station on the North Coast Line branch of NSW TrainLink's Hunter Line in New South Wales, Australia. Diesel railcars travelling between Newcastle and the town of Dungog used to serve the station.
It has no facilities except a ramp, and a security camera in line with NSW TrainLink security policy. The size of the entire platform is roughly that of a large desk. The station was out of use from August 2009 until 20 March 2011 due to trackworks, passengers having to contact Maitland station staff to arrange transport.
The station is at the Newcastle end of a double line section of the main line, with a 1500 m long loop on the other side. The former 400 m crossing loop was removed during 2009.
The station opened in 1911 as Dunmore and was renamed Mindaribba the following year.
Platforms and services
|1||Hunter Line||Train to Dungog and Newcastle|
Back in service 20 March 2011, trains now stop at this station.
- Mindaribba Station NSWrail.net
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