Armidale railway station
Station front in September 2007
|Location||Brown Street, Armidale|
|Operated by||NSW TrainLink|
|Distance||578.87 kilometres from Central|
|Opened||3 February 1883|
Armidale railway station is the terminal station of the Main Northern line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the city of Armidale, opening on 3 February 1883 when the line was extended from Uralla. It was the terminus of the line until it was extended to Glen Innes on 19 August 1884.
The last regular services to operate north of Armidale was the Northern Mail which ceased in November 1988. Freight services continued to serve a fertilizer depot at Dumaresq until the mid-2000s, after which the line closed north of Armidale.
Armidale station is served by NSW TrainLink's daily Northern Tablelands Xplorer service operating to and from Sydney. It is also served by weekly (Tuesday only) NSW TrainLink coach service to Inverell and daily NSW TrainLink coach service to Tenterfield.
|1||services to Sydney Central|
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