Allandale railway station, New South Wales

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Allandale
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Coordinates32°43′16″S 151°24′55″E / 32.721113°S 151.415403°E / -32.721113; 151.415403 (Allandale railway station (closed))Coordinates: 32°43′16″S 151°24′55″E / 32.721113°S 151.415403°E / -32.721113; 151.415403 (Allandale railway station (closed))
Line(s)Hunter
Main North
Platforms2
Tracks2
Other information
StatusServices suspended
History
Opened29 June 1869
Closed9 September 2005
Services
Preceding station   NSW Main lines   Following station
towards Wallangarra
Main North Line
towards Sydney
Location
Allandale is located in New South Wales
Allandale
Allandale
Location within New South Wales

Allandale is a former railway station in the Maitland local government area. It is part of CityRail's outer suburban network, on the Main North Line branch of the Hunter Line. It was temporarily closed in 2002 due to the nearby bridge construction, and permanently closed on 9 September 2005, after railway works by the Australian Rail Track Corporation. There is no sign of the station now.