Longwarry railway station

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PTV regional rail station
Longwarry railway station June 2016.jpg
Station platform with passenger information display
LocationNar Nar Goon–Longwarry Road
Longwarry, Victoria 3816
Coordinates38°06′45″S 145°46′14″E / 38.1126°S 145.7705°E / -38.1126; 145.7705Coordinates: 38°06′45″S 145°46′14″E / 38.1126°S 145.7705°E / -38.1126; 145.7705
Owned byVicTrack
Operated byV/Line
Line(s)Gippsland line
Distance83.49 kilometres from Southern Cross
Train operatorsV/Line
Structure typeAt-grade
Disabled accessYes
Other information
StatusOperational, unstaffed
Station codeLWY
Fare zone5/6
WebsitePublic Transport Victoria
Opened1 July 1881 (1881-07-01)
Preceding station   V/Line   Following station
Traralgon line
towards Traralgon

Longwarry railway station is located on the Gippsland line, in Victoria, Australia. It serves the town of Longwarry, and opened on 1 July 1881.[1]

The track east of the station was duplicated in 1952, but the section between Bunyip and Longwarry remains single track, because the bridge over the Bunyip River has not been duplicated. The line was electrified in July 1954, but electrification was removed in December 1998.[1]

On 26 August 1988, the electric staff safeworking system between Longwarry and Bunyip was abolished, and was replaced with automatic three-position signalling.[2] The double line block system between Longwarry and Warragul was also abolished, along with the signal box and all two position signals.[2] At the same time, boom barriers were provided at the Yannathan Road level crossing, replacing hand-operated gates.[2]

Platforms & services[edit]

Longwarry has one platform. It is serviced by V/Line Traralgon line services.[3]

Platform 1:


  1. ^ a b Longwarry Vicsig
  2. ^ a b c "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. November 1988. p. 345.
  3. ^ Traralgon - Melbourne timetable Public Transport Victoria

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