Scarborough railway station, New South Wales
Northbound view from the Station Avenue road bridge in January 2008
|Location||Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Scarborough
|Elevation||293 feet (89 m)|
|Operated by||NSW TrainLink|
|Distance||62.53 kilometres from Central|
|Opened||21 June 1887|
|Rebuilt||21 January 1916|
Scarborough railway station is located on the Illawarra line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the seaside village of Scarborough opening on 21 June 1887 as Clifton. It was renamed South Clifton on 3 October 1888 and again to Scarborough on 1 October 1903. It was relocated to its present site when the line was duplicated in 1915. A yard formerly existed south of the station for the South Clifton Colliery. North of Scarborough the double line becomes single to pass through Coalcliff Tunnel.
Platforms & services
Scarborough has two side platforms and is serviced by NSW TrainLink South Coast line services travelling between Waterfall and Port Kembla. Some peak hour and late night services operate to Sydney Central, Bondi Junction and Kiama.
|1||services to Waterfall
peak hour & late night services to Sydney Central & Bondi Junction
|2||services to Thirroul & Port Kembla
peak hour & late night services to Kiama