Tecoma railway station
View of Tecoma Station from the McNicol Road bridge, towards Melbourne
|Station status||Unmanned station|
|Website||Link, includes timetables|
Tecoma is a railway station in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located in the suburb of Tecoma, on the Belgrave railway line. Tecoma is unmanned and is in Metlink Zone 2. It is the 3rd least used station in Melbourne's metropolitan network, with 69,000 passenger movements recorded in 2011-12.
Tecoma is located at the western end of the McNicol Road overpass and between Clifford Grove and Campbell Street, with access from the latter.
Platforms and services
- Belgrave line—all stations and limited stops services to Flinders Street
- Belgrave line—all stations and limited stops services to Belgrave
Tecoma station opened on 1 February 1924. The station was formerly one of the stations on the Upper Ferntree Gully – Gembrook narrow gauge line, one of the narrow gauge lines of the Victorian Railways, until 1962 when the line as far as Belgrave was converted to Broad Gauge.
The platform was used in a short cameo in the 2012 telemovie Underground: The Julian Assange Story and metlink signs and tactiles are visible in the film.
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