Campbelltown railway station

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Campbelltown
Campbelltown Railway Station.jpg
Northbound view from Platform 1 in December 2012
Location Hurley Street, Campbelltown
Coordinates 34°03′49″S 150°48′52″E / 34.063659°S 150.814347°E / -34.063659; 150.814347Coordinates: 34°03′49″S 150°48′52″E / 34.063659°S 150.814347°E / -34.063659; 150.814347
Owned by RailCorp
Operated by Sydney Trains
Line(s) Main South
Distance 41.4 kilometres from Central
Platforms 4 (1 island, 1 side, 1 bay)
Tracks 5
Connections Bus
Construction
Structure type Ground
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Status Staffed
Station code CAM
Website Transport for NSW
History
Opened 17 May 1858
Electrified Yes
Traffic
Passengers (2013) 6,060 (daily)[1] (Sydney Trains, NSW TrainLink)
Rank 44
Services
Preceding station   NSW Main lines   Following station
towards Albury
Main Southern Line
continues as
South Line
towards Sydney
Preceding station   Sydney Trains   Following station
Terminus
T8
Airport & South Line
towards City Circle
Preceding station   NSW TrainLink   Following station
towards Central
Southern Highlands Line
towards Goulburn
towards Griffith
NSW TrainLink Southern
Griffith Xplorer
Terminus
towards Canberra
NSW TrainLink Southern
Canberra Xplorer
towards Melbourne
NSW TrainLink Southern
Melbourne XPT

Campbelltown railway station is located on the Main South line, serving the Sydney suburb of Campbelltown. It is served by Sydney Trains T8 Airport & South line services and NSW TrainLink services to Moss Vale, Goulburn, Canberra, Griffith and Melbourne.

History[edit]

Historical view of the station

Campbelltown station opened on 17 May 1858.[2][3]

Between 1882 and 1963 it was the junction station for the Campbelltown-Camden line.[4]

On 5 May 1968, the Main South line was electrified from Liverpool.[5] It was the extremity of the Sydney suburban network until extended to Macarthur opened in July 1985. However many services still terminate at Campbelltown.

In January 2013, the Southern Sydney Freight Line opened on the western side of the station. The station is surrounded by an extensive network of sidings to stable terminating Sydney Trains rolling stock.

Since the second half of 2017, Campbelltown railway station has been served exclusively by the Airport and East Hills line, meaning commuters have to change at Glenfield to travel to either the city via Granville or to Blacktown via the Cumberland Line.[6][7]

Platforms & services[edit]

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
1 morning peak services to Central & the City Circle via Sydenham
terminating services from Central & the City Circle via Sydenham
[8]
2 services to Central & the City Circle via Revesby [9]
services to Central[10]
services to Central[11]
3 services to Macarthur [9]
services to Moss Vale & Goulburn[10]
services to Canberra, Griffith & Melbourne[11]
4 services to Moss Vale & Goulburn [10]

Transport Links[edit]

Bus stop bays on east side of station

Campbelltown Station Bus Interchange

Stand A: Busabout

Stand B: Busabout

Stand C: Picton Coaches

Stand D: Busabout

Stand E: Busabout

Stand F: Busabout

Campbelltown station is served by one NightRide route:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bureau of Transport Statistics. "Train Statistics 2014" (PDF). Transport NSW. Retrieved 12 July 2018.
  2. ^ Campbelltown Station NSWrail.net
  3. ^ Campbelltown Railway Station Group NSW Environment & Heritage
  4. ^ New South Wales Railways: Camden Line NSWrail.net
  5. ^ Neety's Train Page: Electrification. Retrieved 11 December 2006.
  6. ^ Barr, Eliza (27 February 2017). "Southwest Sydney train service to increase with new peak hour trains and north-south connection from Leppington to Parramatta and Blacktown". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
  7. ^ O'Sullivan, Matt (27 February 2017). "Decision on rail link to new Sydney airport 'many years off', Transport Minister Andrew Constance says". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 27 February 2017.
  8. ^ "T2: Inner West & Leppington line timetable". Transport for NSW.
  9. ^ a b "T8: Airport & South line timetable". Transport for NSW.
  10. ^ a b c "Southern Highlands line timetable". Transport for NSW.
  11. ^ a b "Southern timetable" (PDF). NSW Trainlink. 26 November 2017.
  12. ^ "Busabout route 890". Transport for NSW.
  13. ^ "Busabout route 890C". Transport for NSW.
  14. ^ "Busabout route 891". Transport for NSW.
  15. ^ "Busabout route 892". Transport for NSW.
  16. ^ "Busabout route 893". Transport for NSW.
  17. ^ "Busabout route 894". Transport for NSW.
  18. ^ "Busabout route 894X". Transport for NSW.
  19. ^ "Busabout route 895". Transport for NSW.
  20. ^ "Busabout route 896". Transport for NSW.
  21. ^ "Busabout route 897". Transport for NSW.
  22. ^ "Busabout route 898". Transport for NSW.
  23. ^ "Busabout route 886". Transport for NSW.
  24. ^ "Busabout route 887". Transport for NSW.
  25. ^ "Busabout route 888". Transport for NSW.
  26. ^ "Busabout route 889". Transport for NSW.
  27. ^ "Picton Buslines route 900". Transport for NSW.
  28. ^ "Busabout route 884". Transport for NSW.
  29. ^ "Busabout route 884W". Transport for NSW.
  30. ^ "Busabout route 885". Transport for NSW.
  31. ^ "Busabout route 878". Transport for NSW.
  32. ^ "Busabout route 879". Transport for NSW.
  33. ^ "Busabout route 880". Transport for NSW.
  34. ^ "Busabout route 881". Transport for NSW.
  35. ^ "Busabout route 882". Transport for NSW.
  36. ^ "Busabout route 883". Transport for NSW.
  37. ^ "Busabout route 883K". Transport for NSW.
  38. ^ "N30 Nightride". Transport for NSW.

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