Glenbervie railway station

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Glenbervie Station 2011.jpg
Southbound view from Platform 1 in July 2011
LocationGlass Street, Essendon
Coordinates37°44′50″S 144°55′15″E / 37.747197°S 144.920920°E / -37.747197; 144.920920Coordinates: 37°44′50″S 144°55′15″E / 37.747197°S 144.920920°E / -37.747197; 144.920920
Owned byVicTrack
Operated byMetro
Distance9.13 kilometres from Southern Cross
Platforms2 side
Structure typeGround
Bicycle facilities5
Other information
StatusUnstaffed station
Station codeGBV
Fare zoneMyki zone 1
WebsitePublic Transport Victoria
Opened11 September 1922
Preceding station   Metro Trains   Following station
Craigieburn line
towards Craigieburn

Glenbervie railway station is located on the Craigieburn line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the northern Melbourne suburb of Essendon, opening on 11 September 1922.[1]

The railway past the site of Glenbervie station was opened in 1872, as part of the North East railway to Wodonga. The station itself opened on 11 September 1922, a year after the line was electrified. The station was initially provided with small timber station buildings, which were replaced by the current buildings in 1976.[2][3]

Platforms & services[edit]

Glenbervie has two side platforms. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Craigieburn line services.[4]

Platform 1:

Platform 2:

Travel links[edit]

Kastoria Bus Lines operates one route via Glenbervie station:


  1. ^ Glenbervie Vicsig
  2. ^ Turton, Keith W (1973). Six And A Half Inches From Destiny. The first hundred years of the Melbourne-Wodonga Railway 1873-1973. Australian Railway Historical Society. p. 87. ISBN 0-85849-012-9.
  3. ^ Vincent Adams Winter (1990). VR and VicRail: 1962 - 1983. p. 106. ISBN 0-9592069-3-0.
  4. ^ "Craigieburn Line". Public Transport Victoria.
  5. ^ "501 Moonee Ponds - Niddrie via Strathmore". Public Transport Victoria.

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