Edwardstown railway station

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Edwardstown
Edwardstown Railway Station.JPG
Location Railway Terrace
Edwardstown
Line(s) Seaford Line, Tonsley Line
Distance 7.9 km from Adelaide
Platforms 2
Construction
Parking No
Bicycle facilities No
History
Opened 1913
Services
Preceding station   TransAdelaide   Following station
toward Adelaide
Seaford line
toward Seaford
Tonsley line
toward Tonsley

Edwardstown railway station is located on the Seaford and Tonsley lines.[1] Situated in the inner south-western Adelaide suburb of Edwardstown, it is 7.9 kilometres from Adelaide station.

It is of an island platform construction, with pedestrian access at the northern and southern ends and the railway tracks on either side to the east and west. The station is unattended and there are no facilities, other than a shelter shed and public address system. The Edwardstown branch of the Freemasons is responsible for maintaining the station's landscaping.

Edwardstown railway station once had a goods yard, this is where SteamRanger restored its centenary carriages when received from the State Transport Authority.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seaford & Tonsley timetable Adelaide Metro 20 July 2014

External links[edit]

Media related to Edwardstown railway station at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 34°58′20″S 138°34′16″E / 34.9721070°S 138.5712368°E / -34.9721070; 138.5712368