Sandgate is a railway station on the Hunter line section of the Main North railway line, north of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. The station was opened in 1881 and the construction was originally called Grant's Creek.
It serves the suburb of Sandgate, and once had a branch line which served Sandgate Cemetery. However, trains to Sandgate Cemetery did not stop at Sandgate station—the previous station was Waratah.
Platforms and services
The station is served by approximately one train per hour on weekday off-peak and weekends, with additional services in peak hours. Limited stop services and services to Dungog or Scone, apart from one early-morning service to Scone on weekends, do not stop at Sandgate.
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Track arrangement at Sandgate following the construction of the Sandgate Flyover
- ^ a b c Station Names. Date of opening, closing and/or change of name. Public Transport Commission of New South Wales. Administrative Branch (Archives Section) (3rd ed.). February 1979 . p. 34.
Coordinates: 32°52′18″S 151°42′09″E / 32.8716°S 151.7025°E