Tecoma railway station

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Northbound view of Platform 2 in April 2006
Location Campbell Street, Tecoma
Coordinates 37°54′29″S 145°20′35″E / 37.90808°S 145.34301°E / -37.90808; 145.34301Coordinates: 37°54′29″S 145°20′35″E / 37.90808°S 145.34301°E / -37.90808; 145.34301
Owned by VicTrack
Operated by Metro
Line(s) Belgrave
Distance 41.34 kilometres from Southern Cross
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Connections Bus
Structure type Ground
Other information
Status Unstaffed station
Station code TCM
Fare zone Myki zone 2
Website Public Transport Victoria
Opened 1 February 1924
Closed 30 April 1954
Rebuilt 19 February 1962
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Metro Trains   Following station
Belgrave line

Tecoma railway station is located on the Belgrave line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the eastern Melbourne suburb of Tecoma opening on 1 February 1924.[1]

In 2011/12 it was the 3rd least used station on Melbourne's metropolitan network, with 69,000 passenger movements.[2]

The station was originally on the Upper Ferntree Gully - Gembrook narrow gauge line. It along with the rest of the line closed on 30 April 1954, reopening on 19 February 1962 when the line as far as Belgrave was converted to broad gauge.[1]

The platform was used in a short cameo in the 2012 telemovie Underground: The Julian Assange Story and Metlink signs and tactiles are visible in the film.

Platforms & services[edit]

Tecoma has one platform. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Belgrave line services.[3]

Platform 1:

Transport links[edit]

Ventura Bus Lines operates one route via Tecoma station:


  1. ^ a b Tecoma Vicsig
  2. ^ Station Patronage Research Public Transport Victoria
  3. ^ Belgrave Line timetable Public Transport Victoria
  4. ^ 699 Belgrave - Upwey timetable Public Transport Victoria

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