Springwood railway station
Eastbound view in September 2012
|Location||Jerseywood Avenue, Springwood
|Elevation||368 metres (1,207 ft)|
|Operated by||NSW TrainLink|
|Distance||62.90 kilometres from Central|
|Platforms||2 (1 island)|
|Opened||11 July 1867|
Springwood railway station is located on the Main Western line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the Blue Mountains suburb of Springwood opening on 11 July 1867. It previously had a passing loop to the east of Platform 1.
The first railway line was put through the Blue Mountains in 1867, and the Springwood station was built in 1868. This station was replaced by a more substantial building in the Victorian Gothic style, constructed in 1884 under the direction of John Whitton, Chief Engineer of NSW Railways; a porter's cottage was constructed just west of the station. Springwood Station is the second-oldest surviving station in the Blue Mountains. It is listed on the Register of the National Estate as well as having a New South Wales heritage listing.
Platforms & services
Springwood has one island platform with two sides. It is serviced by NSW TrainLink Blue Mountains Line services travelling from Sydney Central to Lithgow and Bathurst. Some services from Sydney terminate at Springwood.
|1||services to Sydney Central|||
|2||services to Katoomba, Mount Victoria, Lithgow & Bathurst|||
|services to Sydney Central|
- 685H: to Hazelbrook
- 690C: to Champman Parade
- 690P: Faulconbridge to Penrith station
- 690K: to Katoomba
- 692W: to Winmalee
- 692B: to Springwood Hospital
- 692H: to Hawkesbury Heights
- 692Y: to Yellow Rock
- 693: to Burns Road
- 694: to Bee Farm Road
- Springwood Station NSWrail.net
- The Heritage of Australia, Macmillan Company, 1981, p.2/13
- "Springwood Railway Station Group". NSW Office of Environment and Heritage. Retrieved 2016-12-31.
- "Blue Mountains line timetable". Transport for NSW.
- "Lower Mountains timetables" (PDF). Blue Mountains Transit. 22 June 2015.
- "Mid Mountains timetable" (PDF). Blue Mountains Bus Co. 22 September 2014.