Port Pirie Junction railway station
|Location||Railway Terrace, Solomontown|
|Operated by||Commonwealth Railways
South Australian Railways
|Platforms||2 (1 island)|
|Opened||23 July 1937|
|Closed||12 November 1967|
Port Pirie Junction railway station was located in the city of Port Pirie.
Port Pirie Junction station opened on 23 July 1937 when the Commonwealth Railways standard gauge Trans-Australian Railway was extended south from Port Augusta, and the South Australian Railways line north from Redhill to a new break of gauge station in the Port Pirie suburb of Solomontown.
On 12 November 1967, it was replaced by Port Pirie (Mary Elie Street) station and later demolished.