Mount Victoria railway station
|Address||Darling Causeway, Mount Victoria
New South Wales, Australia
|Elevation||1,049.15 metres (3,442.1 ft)|
|Line(s)||Blue Mountains line|
|Distance||126.72 km (78.74 mi) from Central|
|Platforms||2 (2 side)|
Mount Victoria railway station is a regional railway station on the Blue Mountains Line of the NSW TrainLink intercity network, serving the town of Mount Victoria in the Upper Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. The station opened in 1869 with the opening of the Main Western railway through the area.
The station has two side platforms and is served by one train every two hours in off-peak on weekdays, with additional services during peak hours. During peak hours and on weekends many services terminate here the station is served by at least one terminating and central service every hour, others proceed to Lithgow and one service proceeds to Bathurst. A train stabling facility is located at the Lithgow end of the station. The station is staffed twenty-four hours a day mainly because of the stabling facility.
The station still has its original sandstone buildings and is quite historic.
Platforms and services
|1||Blue Mountains Line||Some Terminating services ;intercity services to Penrith and Central [i] via Katoomba|
|2||Blue Mountains Line||Terminating services,intercity services to Lithgow,Limited intercity service to Bathurst.|
Blue Mountains Bus Company runs one route to and from Mount Victoria railway station:
- Route 698 - to Katoomba
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- "Main West Line". Nswrail.net.
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