Shorncliffe railway station
Station front in July 2012
|Location||Railway Parade, Shorncliffe|
|Owned by||Queensland Rail|
|Operated by||City network|
|Distance||20.69 kilometres from Central|
|Fare zone||go card 2|
The railway line from Brisbane to Sandgate opened in 1882, and the terminal station, located near Curlew Street, was named Sandgate.  The line was extended to Shorncliffe in 1897, and the name Sandgate was transferred to the new terminal station.  In 1938 it was renamed Shorncliffe.
Services by platform
|1||Shorncliffe||Roma Street, Cannon Hill, Manly & Cleveland|||
- "Opening of the Sandgate Railway". The Brisbane Courier. 11 May 1882. p. 3.
- "IMPORTS AND EXPORTS". The Brisbane Courier. LIII, (12, 262). Queensland, Australia. 1 May 1897. p. 4. Retrieved 4 August 2019 – via National Library of Australia.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
- "Sandgate Station Renamed". The Courier-Mail. 21 October 1938. p. 3.
- Hallam, Greg (2005). Brisbane's Biography (Steamtrain Sunday). QR Limited.
- "Shorncliffe Line timetable". TransLink. Retrieved 14 December 2018.
- Shorncliffe Platform 1 TransLink