North Strathfield railway station
Northbound view from Platform 3 in November 2011
|Location||Queen Street, North Strathfield|
|Operated by||Sydney Trains|
|Distance||13.38 kilometres from Central|
|Platforms||3 (1 island, 1 side)|
|Fare zone||MyZone 2|
|Opened||9 June 1918|
North Strathfield station opened on 9 June 1918 as an island plaform with two faces. In 1924, a third platform was added on the western side. It is the first on the Main Northern line after it branches from the Main Suburban line at Strathfield.
Although the primary, eastern, connection between the Main Northern and Main Suburban lines is from North Strathfield and Strathfield, a secondary, western, connection exists between North Strathfield and Homebush. This connection is mainly used by freight trains but is occasionally used by passenger trains travelling to Olympic Park station during trackwork or for major events at Sydney Olympic Park.
To the east of the station lay a passing loop. This had been taken out of use, but in 2015 will be recommissioned as part of the construction of a dive south of the station as part of the Northern Sydney Freight Corridor project.
Platforms & services
The station is served by two trains per hour each way, with additional trains during weekday peak hours.
|1||services to Hornsby via Strathfield, Central & North Sydney|
|2||all stations to Epping via Eastwood|
|3||Occasional use only
Mainly used by passing freight trains
6002 at Platform 3 in 1952
- North Strathfield Station NSWrail.net
- North Strathfield Railway Station Group NSW Environment & Heritage
- ASX Announcement: Macmahon awarded NSW rail underpass contract Macmahon 7 December 2012
- "North Strathfield Rail Underpass Project" Railway Digest April 2013 page 28
- North Strathfield Rail Underpass Transport for NSW
- North Strathfield Station Transport for NSW
- T1 timetable Sydney Trains 20 October 2013
- Media related to North Strathfield railway station at Wikimedia Commons
- North Strathfield station details Sydney Trains