Daglish railway station
|Location||Railway Road & Stubbs Terrace, Daglish
|Owned by||Public Transport Authority|
|Distance||5.0 kilometres from Perth|
|Platforms||2 (1 island)|
99231 (platform 1)
99232 (platform 2)
|Opened||14 July 1924|
Daglish station opened on 14 July 1924, named after Henry Daglish, Western Australia's first Australian Labor Party State Premier, predating the suburb of the same name. During planning and construction it was called Lawler Street station, but Daglish was its official name at the time of opening. Railway lands originally reserved for a goods depot were released in a residential subdivision in 1925, following the establishment of the goods yard at East Perth. A pedestrian bridge was built in 1936.
In May 2007 a single ended turnback siding was opened between the mainline tracks at the Fremantle end of the station, permitting the reversal of six-car trains moving special event crowds to and from Subiaco Oval.
|99232||2||Fremantle||All stations, B||Fremantle|
|Stop||Route||Destination / description||Notes|
| Railway Road (north-east bound)||27||to East Perth via Bagot Road & Kings Park Road|
|906||Rail replacement service to Perth station|
| Railway Road (south-east bound)||27||to Claremont station via Lemnos Street|
|906||Rail replacement service to Fremantle station|
- "Lawler Street railway station". The West Australian. Perth, WA. 23 August 1923. p. 6. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- "The New Railway Station". The Daily News. Perth, WA. 9 October 1923. p. 6. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- "Daglish Land". Westralian Worker. Perth, WA. 3 July 1925. p. 11. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- History of Stations on the Fremantle Line Right Track
- "Daglish Railway Station - 1924". City of Subiaco. Archived from the original on 2013-04-13. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
- Spillman, Ken; City of Subiaco (1985), Identity prized: a history of Subiaco, Crawley, WA: University of Western Australia Press, ISBN 978-0-85564-240-2
- "Bridge for Daglish". The West Australian. Perth, WA. 23 March 1936. p. 11. Retrieved 10 April 2013.
- Our History Public Transport Authority
- Public Transport Authority of Western Australia Annual Report 2006/07
- Fremantle Line Timetable Transperth 31 January 2016
- Understanding Australia's urban railways Bureau of Infrastructure Transport & Regional Economics July 2012 page 12
- "Route 27". Bus Timetable 33 (PDF). Transperth. n.d. [effective from 9 October 2016].
- Gallery History of Western Australian Railways & Stations
|Preceding station||Transperth Trains network||Following station|