List of Sydney Trains railway stations

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Sydney Trains is a train operator of a commuter-based rail network centred on the metropolitan area of Sydney which comprises 11 metropolitan lines. The entire length of railway in New South Wales is maintained by Transport for New South Wales which is a statutory authority of the Government of New South Wales. It was formed when CityRail was dissolved on 30 June 2013. The former CityRail network has over 2,060 km of track.[1] The Sydney Trains network extends up to Berowra, to the north, Emu Plains to the west, Waterfall to the south, and Macarthur to the south west.

The light rail which can be interchanged at Central Railway Station is also included in the list; in 2009 the then CityRail added the light rail line on to all CityRail maps. Most of the Sydney Trains network runs on the surface of suburban areas while some recently constructed and inner city sections will run underground. The network is mainly served by a fleet of double-deck electric multiple unit.

Stations[edit]

Station Station code Image Line(s) Distance from
Central Station (km)
[2][3][4][5][6]
[7][8][9][10][11][12]
Date opened Previous name(s)
Allawah AWH Allawah Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 13.690 25 October 1925
Arncliffe ACL Arncliffe Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 8.420 15 October 1884
Artarmon ATO Artarmon North Shore Line
Northern Line
10.300 6 July 1898
(original site),
7 October 1900
(present site)
Ashfield AFD Ashfield South Line
Inner West Line
8.380 26 September 1855
Asquith ASQ Asquith North Shore Line 35.690 1 November 1915
Auburn AUB Auburn South Line
Western Line
18.630 18 February 1877
Banksia BKA Banksia Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 9.600 21 October 1906
Bankstown BWU Bankstown Bankstown Line 18.720 14 April 1909
Bardwell Park BWP Bardwell Airport & East Hills Line 10.100 21 September 1931
Beecroft BCF Beecroft Northern Line 26.900 17 September 1886
(original site)
7 March 1892
(present site)
Belmore BMR Belmore Bankstown Line 13.250 1 February 1895
Berala BAA Berala Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
18.360 11 November 1912
Berowra BEW Berowra Newcastle & Central Coast Line
North Shore Line
44.660 7 April 1887
Beverly Hills BVH Beverly Hills Airport & East Hills Line 14.650 21 September 1931 Dumbleton (1931–1940)
Bexley North BXN Bexley North Airport & East Hills Line 11.370 21 September 1931
Birrong BRG Birrong Bankstown Line 22.110 16 July 1928
Blacktown BAK Blacktown Blue Mountains Line
Cumberland Line
Western Line
34.870 4 July 1860 Blacktown Road (1860–1862)
Bondi Junction BJN Bondi Junction Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 6.760 23 June 1979
Burwood BUW Burwood Inner West Line
South Line
Western Line
Northern Line
10.620 26 September 1855
(original site)
13 March 1892
(present site)
Cabramatta CTT Cabramatta Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Cumberland Line
South Line
28.430 1870
Camellia CEL Camellia Carlingford Line 22.950 21 January 1885 Subiaco
(1885–1901)
Campbelltown CAM Campbelltown Southern Highlands Line
Cumberland Line
Airport & East Hills Line
54.710 17 May 1858
Campsie CMP Campsie Bankstown Line 11.700 1 February 1895
Canley Vale CVE Canley Vale Cumberland Line
South Line
30.980 15 April 1878
Canterbury CTB Canterbury Bankstown Line 10.160 1 February 1895
Capitol Square N/A Capitol Square Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Caringbah Caringbah Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line (Cronulla Branch) 31.510 16 December 1939
Carlingford Carlingford Carlingford Line 27.850 20 April 1896 Pennant Hills
(1896–1901)
Carlton Carlton Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 12.740 1889
Carramar Carramar Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
25.890 8 October 1924 South Fairfield
(1924–1926)
Casula Casula Cumberland Line
South Line
38.800 1 November 1894
Central Central South Coast Line
Southern Highlands Line
Blue Mountains Line
Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
North Shore Line
Western Line
Olympic Park Line
Northern Line
Light Rail
0.00 26 September 1855
(original site)
5 August 1906
(present site)
3 October 1926
(electric platforms)
23 June 1979
(underground platforms)
31 August 1997
(light rail platform)[13]
Sydney
(1855–1926)
Chatswood Chatswood North Shore Line
Northern Line
11.650 1 January 1890
Cheltenham Cheltenham Northern Line 25.380 10 October 1898
Chester Hill Chester Hill Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
22.310 8 October 1924
Circular Quay Circular Quay Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
2.970 22 January 1956
Clarendon Clarendon Western Line (Richmond Branch) 57.210 1870 Hawkesbury Racecourse
(1870–1876)
Clyde Clyde Western Line
Carlingford Line
20.660 1882 Rosehill Junction
(1882–1883)
Clyde
(1883–1901)
Clyde Junction
(1901–1904)
Como Como Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 21.240 26 December 1885
(original site)
27 November 1972
(present site)
Concord West Concord West Northern Line 25.380 1 September 1887 Concord
(1887–1909)
Convention N/A Convention Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Cronulla Cronulla Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line (Cronulla Branch) 34.810 16 December 1939
Croydon Croydon Inner West Line
South Line
10.620 7 January 1875 Five Dock
(1875–1876)
Denistone Denistone Northern Line 20.160 26 September 1937
Domestic Airport Domestic Airport & East Hills Line (Airport Branch) 6.600 21 May 2000
Doonside Doonside Western Line 38.290 27 September 1880 Doonside
(1880–1921)
Wolkara
(1921)
Dulwich Hill Dulwich Hill Bankstown Line 7.870 1 February 1895 Wardell Road
(1895–1920)
Dundas Dundas Carlingford Line 24.840 20 April 1896 Kissing Point Road
(1896–1901)
East Hills East Hills Airport & East Hills Line 24.030 21 December 1931
East Richmond East Richmond Western Line (Richmond Branch) 60.000 2 July 1939
Eastwood Eastwood Northern Line
Newcastle & Central Coast Line
21.390 17 September 1886 Dundas
(1886–7)
Edgecliff Edgecliff Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 4.820 23 June 1979
Emu Plains Emu Plains Western Line
Blue Mountains Line
57.440 18 August 1868
(original site)
1884
(present site)
Engadine Engadine Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 30.750 1 October 1920
Epping Epping Northern Line
Newcastle & Central Coast Line
23.390 17 September 1886
(original site)
15 February 1900
(present site)
23 February 2009
(underground platforms)
Field of Mars
(1886–1887)
Carlingford
(1887–1899)
Erskineville Erskinevelle Bankstown Line 2.880 15 October 1884
(original site)
16 June 1912
(present site)
Exhibition N/A Exhibition Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Fairfield Fairfield South Line
Cumberland Line
28.997 26 September 1856
Fish Market N/A Fish Market Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Flemington Flemington Inner West Line
South Line
28.997 1884
Glebe N/A Glebe Light Rail - 13 August 2000[13]
Glenfield Glenfield Southern Highlands Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
Cumberland Line
41.930 6 September 1869
(original site)
27 March 1891
(present site)
Gordon Gordon North Shore Line 17.120 1 January 1890
Granville Granville Blue Mountains Line
South Line
Western Line
21.220 2 July 1860 Parramatta Junction
(1860–1880)
Green Square Green Square Airport & East Hills Line (Airport Branch) 2.600 21 May 2000
Guildford Guildford South Line
Cumberland Line
25.720 April 1876
Gymea Gymea Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line (Cronulla Branch) 27.940 16 December 1939
Harris Park Harris Park Western Line
Cumberland Line
22.530 1883
Heathcote Heathcole Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 33.150 9 March 1886
Holsworthy Holsworthy Airport & East Hills Line 27.760 21 December 1987
Homebush Homebush Inner West Line
South Line
12.740 26 September 1855
Hornsby Hornsby Newcastle & Central Coast Line
North Shore Line
Northern Line
33.860 17 September 1886 Hornsby
(1886–1894)
Hornsby Junction
(1894–1900)
Hurlstone Park Hurlstone Park Bankstown Line 8.800 1 February 1895 Fern Hill
(1895–1911)
Hurstville Hurstville South Coast Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
14.840 15 October 1884
Ingleburn Ingleburn Airport & East Hills Line
Cumberland Line
45.650 6 September 1859 Macquarie Fields
(1869–1883)
International Airport International Airport & East Hills Line (Airport Branch) 8.100 21 May 2000
Jannali Jannali Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 22.720 7 February 1931
John St Square N/A John Street Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Jubilee Park N/A Jubilee Park Light Rail - 13 August 2000[13]
Killara Killara North Shore Line 15.890 10 June 1899
Kings Cross King Cross Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 3.410 23 June 1979
Kingsgrove Kingsgrove Airport & East Hills Line 12.620 21 September 1931
Kingswood Kingswood Western Line 52.700 1 September 1887 Cross Roads
(1887–1888)
Kirrawee Kirrawee Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line (Cronulla Branch) 26.640 16 December 1939
Kogarah Kogarah Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 11.610 15 October 1884
Lakemba Lakemba Bankstown Line 14.480 14 April 1909
Leightonfield LHF Leightonfield Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
23.670 24 August 1942
Leumeah LUM Leumeah Airport & East Hills Line
Cumberland Line
52.630 1886
Lewisham LWI Lewisham Inner West Line 6.250 1886
(original site)
19 December 1891
(present site)
Lidcombe Lidcombe Bankstown Line
Blue Mountains Line
South Line
Western Line
Olympic Park Line
16.610 1 November 1858 Haslems Creek
(1858–1876)
Rookwood
(1876–1914)
Lilyfield N/A Lilyfield Light Rail - 13 August 2000[13]
Lindfield Lindfield North Shore Line 14.600 1 January 1890
Liverpool Liverpool Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
South Line
Cumberland Line
35.680 26 September 1856
Loftus Loftus Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 11.610 9 March 1886
(original site)
9 June 1917
(present site)
Loftus Junction
(1886–1896)
Macarthur Macarthur Airport & East Hills Line
Southern Highlands Line
56.580 28 July 1985
Macdonaldtown Macdonaldtown Inner West Line 2.480 1878
(original site)
3 April 1892
(present site)
Macquarie Fields Macquarie Fields Airport & East Hills Line
Cumberland Line
43.800 3 October 1888
Macquarie Park Macquarie Park Northern Line (Epping to Chatswood Rail Link) 20.80 23 February 2009
Macquarie University Macquarie University Northern Line (Epping to Chatswood Rail Link) 22.07 23 February 2009
Marayong Marayong Western Line (Richmond Branch) 37.410 2 October 1922
Marrickville Marrickville Bankstown Line 6.580 1 February 1895
Martin Place Martins Place Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 2.100 23 June 1979
Mascot Mascot Airport & East Hills Line (Airport Branch) 5.100 21 May 2000
Meadowbank Meadowbank Northern Line 18.180 1 September 1887 Meadow Bank
(1887–1927)
Merrylands Merrylands South Line
Cumberland Line
23.470 6 July 1878
Milsons Point Milsons Point North Shore Line
Northern Line
4.434 1 May 1893
(first site)
30 May 1915
(second site)
13 July 1915
(third site)
28 July 1924
(fourth site)
20 March 1932
(present site)
Minto Minto Airport & East Hills Line
Cumberland Line
49.670 May 1874 Campbellfields
(1874–1882)
Miranda Miranda Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line (Cronulla Branch) 29.510[14] 16 December 1939[14]
Mortdale Mortdale Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 17.060 20 March 1897
(original site)
14 September 1922
(present site)
Mount Colah Mount Colah North Shore Line 37.680 1 July 1887 Colah
(1887–1906)
Mount Druitt Mount Druitt Western Line 35.690 1 November 1915
Mount Kuring-gai Mount Kuring-gai North Shore Line 43.840 19 August 1881
(original site)
8 December 1974
(present site)
Kuring-gai
(1901–1904)
Mulgrave Mulgrave Western Line (Richmond Branch) 52.590 1 December 1864
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Museum Museum Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
4.990 20 December 1926
Narwee Narwee Airport & East Hills Line 15.780 21 December 1931
Newtown Newtown Inner West Line
South Line
3.100 26 September 1855
Normanhurst Normanhurst Northern Line 31.720 21 November 1895 Hornsby
(1895–1898)
North Strathfield North Strathfield Northern Line 13.380 9 June 1918
North Sydney North Sydney North Shore Line
Northern Line
5.130 20 March 1932
North Ryde North Ryde Northern Line (Epping to Chatswood Rail Link) 19.39 23 February 2009 Delhi Road
(During planning)
Oatley Oatley Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 18.280 1886 Oatley
(1886–1889)
Oatley's
(1889–1890)
Olympic Park Olympic Park Olympic Park Line 17.330 1 May 1998
Padstow Padstow Airport & East Hills Line 19.340 21 December 1931
Paddy's Markets N/A Paddy's Market Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13] Haymarket
(1997–2005)[15]
Panania Panania Airport & East Hills Line 22.550 21 December 1931
Parramatta Parramatta Blue Mountains Line
Cumberland Line
Western Line
23.210 26 September 1855
(original site)
4 July 1860
(present site)
Pendle Hill Pendle Hill Western Line
Cumberland Line
28.290 12 April 1924
Pennant Hills Pennant Hills Northern Line 28.580 17 September 1886
Penrith Penrith Blue Mountains Line
Western Line
55.090 19 January 1863
Penshurst Penhurst Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 18.280 1886
(original site)
4 April 1905
(present site)
Petersham Petersham Inner West Line 5.500 6 January 1857
Punchbowl Punchbowl Bankstown Line 16.450 14 April 1909
Pymble Pymble North Shore Line 18.900 1 January 1890
Pyrmont Bay N/A Pyrmont Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Quakers Hill Quakers Hill Western Line (Richmond Branch) 40.090 1872
(as siding)
30 March 1905
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Douglas Siding
(1872–1905)
Redfern Redfern South Coast Line
Blue Mountains Line
Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line (Sydenham Branch)
South Line
North Shore Line
Western Line
Olympic Park Line
Northern Line
1.300 15 April 1878[16] Eveleigh
(1878–1906)
Regents Park Regents Park Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
19.860 11 November 1912
(original site)
2 March 1914
(with platform)
8 October 1924
(present site)
Revesby Revesby Airport & East Hills Line 20.960 21 December 1931
Rhodes Rhodes Northern Line 16.580 17 September 1886
Richmond Richmond Western Line (Richmond Branch) 60.680 1 December 1864
Riverstone Riverstone Western Line (Richmond Branch) 45.960 1 December 1864
Riverwood Riverwood Airport & East Hills Line 20.960 21 December 1931 Herne Bay
(1931–1958)
Rockdale Rochdale Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 10.410 15 October 1884
Rooty Hill Rooty Hill Western Line 40.910 23 December 1861
(originally)
1 January 1862
(with platform)
1 December 1864
(after closure
21 July 1862)
Rosehill Rose Hill Carlingford Line 22.420 1 August 1901
(original site)
14 May 1959
(present site)
Roseville Roseville North Shore Line 13.270 1 January 1890 Rossville
(1890)
Rozelle Bay N/A Rozelle Bay Light Rail - 13 August 2000[13]
Rydalmere Rydalmere Carlingford Line 24.010 24 April 1896 Victoria Road
(1896–1901)
Schofields Schofields Western Line (Richmond Branch) 43.750 1870
Sefton Sefton Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
21.190 8 October 1924
Seven Hills Seven Hills Western Line
Cumberland Line
32.060 1 December 1863
(originally)
6 February 1869
(with platform)
St James St James Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
4.400 20 December 1926
St Leonards St Leonards North Shore Line
Northern Line
8.410 1 January 1890
St Marys St Marys Western Line 47.420 1 May 1862 South Creek
(1862–1885)
St Peters St Peters Bankstown Line 3.810 15 October 1884
Stanmore Stanmore Inner West Line 4.670 1878
Strathfield Strathfield Blue Mountains Line
Newcastle & Central Coast Line
Inner West Line
South Line
Western Line
Olympic Park Line
Northern Line
11.810 9 July 1876
(original site)
23 September 1900
(second site)
6 November 1922
(present site)
Redmyre
(1876–1885)
Summer Hill Summer Hill Inner West Line 7.030 15 September 1879
Sutherland Sutherland South Coast Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
24.640 26 December 1885
Sydenham Sydenham Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
Bankstown Line
Airport & East Hills Line (Sydenham Branch)
5.310 15 October 1884 Marrickville
(1884–1895)
Telopea Telopea Carlingford Line 26.340[17] 13 June 1925[17]
Tempe Tempe Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line 6.840[18] 15 October 1884[18]
The Star N/A Star City Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Thornleigh Thornleigh Northern Line 29.430[19] 17 September 1886[19]
Toongabbie Toongabbie Western Line
Cumberland Line
29.960[20] 26 April 1880[20]
Town Hall Town Hall South Coast Line
Blue Mountains Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
North Shore Line
Northern Line
1.180[21] 28 February 1932[21]
Turramurra Turramurra North Shore Line 20.820[22] 1 January 1890[22] Eastern Road
(1890)[22]
Turrella Turrella Airport & East Hills Line 8.630[23] 21 September 1931[23]
Villawood Villawood Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
24.500[24] 8 October 1924[24]
Vineyard Vineyard Western Line (Richmond Branch) 49.230[25] 14 July 1935[25]
Wahroonga Wahroonga North Shore Line 22.770[26] 1 January 1890[26] Pearces Corner
(1890)[26]
Waitara Waitara North Shore Line 24.210[27] 20 April 1895[27]
Warrawee Warrawee North Shore Line 21.89 1 August 1900[citation needed]
Warwick Farm Warwick Farm Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
South Line
Cumberland Line
34.160[28] 18 March 1889[28]
Waterfall Waterfall South Coast Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
38.740[29] 9 March 1886
(original site)
1890
(second site)
4 May 1905
(present site)[29]
Waterfalls
(1886)[29]
Waverton Waverton North Shore Line
Northern Line
6.110[30] 1 May 1893[30] Bay Road
(1893–1929)[30]
Wentworth Park N/A Wentworth Park Light Rail - 31 August 1997[13]
Wentworthville Wentworthville Western Line
Cumberland Line
26.640[31] 1883[31] T R Smith's Platform
(1883–1885)[31]
Werrington Werrington Western Line 49.080[32] 2 May 1868[32] Parkes Platform
(1868–1893)[32]
West Ryde West Ryde Northern Line 19.200[33] 17 September 1886[33] Ryde
(1886–1945)[33]
Westmead Westmead Western Line
Cumberland Line
25.160[34] March 1883[34]
Wiley Park Wiley Bankstown Line 15.350[35] 19 June 1938[35]
Windsor Windsor Western Line (Richmond Branch) 54.980[36] 1 December 1864[36]
Wolli Creek Wolli Creek South Coast Line
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line
Airport & East Hills Line (Airport Branch)
7.300[37] 21 May 2000[38]
Wollstonecraft Wollstonecraft North Shore Line
Northern Line
7.180[39] 1 May 1893[39] Edwards Road
(1893–1900)[39]
Woolooware Woolooware Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line (Cronulla Branch) 33.600[40] 16 December 1939[40]
Wynyard Wynyard Blue Mountains Line
Bankstown Line
Inner West Line
Airport & East Hills Line
South Line
North Shore Line
Northern Line
2.050[41] 28 February 1932[41]
Yagoona Yagoona Bankstown Line 20.560[42] 16 July 1928[42]
Yennora Yennora South Line
Cumberland Line
27.440[43] 6 November 1927[43]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Carlingford Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
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  5. ^ "Main North Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "City Circle". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  7. ^ "East Hills Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  8. ^ "Cronulla Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  9. ^ "Richmond Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
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