Croydon railway station, Sydney
Eastbound view in May 2007
|Location||Meta Street, Croydon|
|Operated by||Sydney Trains|
|Distance||9.42 kilometres from Central|
|Platforms||5 (1 side, 2 island)|
|Opened||7 January 1875|
Croydon station opened on 7 January 1875 as Five Dock. In August 1876, it was renamed Croydon. The Main Suburban line through Croydon was quadruplicated in 1892, and sextuplicated in 1927 in association with electrification works.
A pedestrian subway was built at the eastern end of the station in 1892 when the adjacent level crossing was closed. This subway was closed after 1980.
The most northern line had a platform (originally platform 1) until 1927 when it was removed. Remnants still remain of the footbridge and stairs leading up to it.
Platforms & services
|1||no regular services|
|2||no regular services|
|3||no regular services|
|4||services to Central & the City Circle|||
|5||services to Homebush
limited services to Liverpool & Campbelltown
- N50: Liverpool to City (Town Hall)
- N60: Fairfield Station to City (Town Hall)
- N61: Carlingford Station to City (Town Hall)
- Croydon Station NSWrail.net
- "Stations & Tracks Volume 1 Main Suburban" State Rail Authority 1988
- "NSW Railway Passenger Services 1880-1905" Australian Railway History Vol 56 No 810 April 2005 page 141
- "Sydney Electric Trains from 1926-1960" Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin April 2001 page 128
- Croydon Railway Station Group NSW Environment & Heritage
- "Station Information A to F" State Rail Authority 1997
- Croydon station to benefit from new concourse and three lifts Transport for New South Wales 8 August 2014
- Croydon Station Upgrade Transport for New South Wales
- "T2: Inner West & South line timetable" (PDF). Sydney Trains. 13 December 2015.
- NightRide bus services Archived 15 February 2015 at the Wayback Machine. Transport Info NSW