Carnegie railway station
Eastbound view from Platform 1 in February 2009
|Location||Morton Avenue, Carnegie|
|Distance||13.53 kilometres from Southern Cross|
|Fare zone||Myki zone 1|
|Website||Public Transport Victoria|
|Opened||14 May 1879|
Carnegie railway station is located on the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines in Victoria, Australia. It serves the south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Carnegie opening on 14 May 1879 as Rosstown, being renamed Carnegie on 1 May 1909.
Boom barriers replaced interlocked gates at the Koornang Road level crossing in 1967.
In March 2014, the Level Crossing Removal Authority announced a grade separation project to replace the Koornang Road level crossing immediately to the west of the station. This will include rebuilding the station.
Platforms & services
- Pakenham line: all stations and limited express services to Flinders Street
- Cranbourne line: all stations and limited express services to Flinders Street
- Pakenham line: all stations and limited express services to Pakenham
- Cranbourne line: all stations and limited express services to Cranbourne
In January 2017, Carnegie Station closed for rebult as part of the railway crossing removals with the railway overpass by 2018.
CDC Melbourne operate two routes via Carnegie station:
- 623: Glen Waverley station - St Kilda
- 626: Middle Brighton station - Chadstone Shopping Centre
- Carnegie Vicsig
- Public Office Record Victoria. "Carnegie - Public Record Office Victoria Photographic Collection". proarchives.imagineering.com.au/index_search.asp?searchid=41. Retrieved 2009-09-08.
- Massive rail investment to benefit millions of Victorians Premier of Victoria 6 March 2014
- Pakenham Line timetable Public Transport Victoria
- Cranbourne Line timetable Public Transport Victoria
- Route 623 Glen Waverley - St Kilda timetable Public Transport Victoria
- Route 626 Middle Brighton - Chadstone timetable Public Transport Victoria