Singleton railway station, New South Wales
|Address||Munro Street, Singleton
New South Wales, Australia
|Line(s)||Main Northern line|
|Distance||238.89 km (148.44 mi) from Central|
|Platforms||1 (1 side)|
Singleton is a railway station on the Main North Line of New South Wales, Australia, situated approximately 200 kilometres (120 mi) north of Sydney and 74 kilometres (46 mi) north-west of Newcastle. NSW TrainLink operates diesel self-propelled railcars through Singleton as part of its Hunter Line regional service from Newcastle, and it is a stopping point for NSW TrainLink services. It serves the town of Singleton, New South Wales.
It opened in 1863 as a terminus for the Main Northern Line from Newcastle, bringing great prosperity to the town before the line was extended further north in 1869. Historically, the next inbound is Belford, however this station was closed on 4 September 2005. Designed under the supervision of John Whitton, Singleton Railway Station is listed on the Register of the National Estate.
Platforms and services
|1||Hunter Line||regional services to Scone and to Newcastle|
|NSW TrainLink North Western||country services to Sydney (1 per day), Armidale and Moree (1 per day)|
Hunter Valley Buses runs two routes via Singleton railway station:
- Route 180 - between Stockland Greenhills and Singleton Heights
- Route 401 - Singleton Town Circuit
- Robinson's Road Atlas of Australia, Lansdowne Press, 1983
- The Heritage of Australia, Macmillan Company, 1981
- "Singleton Railway Precinct". NSW State Heritage Register. Government of New South Wales: Office of Environment & Heritage. 20 October 2009. Retrieved 5 April 2012.
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