Bellville railway station
|Location||Durban Road, Bellville, 7530|
|Platforms||1 side platform, 2 islands, and 1 island containing 2 bays|
Bellville railway station is a railway station in the town of Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa. It is the second-biggest station in the Cape Town Metrorail railway network, after the Cape Town terminus. All trains on Metrorail's Northern Line pass through Bellville, and one branch of the Central Line also terminates there. It is also a stop for Shosholoza Meyl trains that terminate in Cape Town.
Bellville Station is a major terminus for Golden Arrow buses; it also has a large minibus taxi rank. To the south of the station is Transnet Freight Rail's main marshalling yard for the Cape Town area.
The station building is on the northern side of the tracks, attached to a side platform. There are three island platforms; the middle of these also contains two bays for trains traveling to and from Cape Town. The platforms are linked by two pedestrian tunnels.
Notable places nearby
- Bellville Civic Centre
- Bellville Sports Ground
- Northlink College Protea campus
- Tygerberg Medical Campus
|Preceding station||Metrorail||Following station|
Monte Vista service
|Cape Town–East London||
towards East London
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