Toronto railway station

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Toronto
TorontoNSWRailwayStation.JPG
LocationAustralia
Coordinates33°00′43″S 151°35′47″E / 33.0119°S 151.5963°E / -33.0119; 151.5963Coordinates: 33°00′43″S 151°35′47″E / 33.0119°S 151.5963°E / -33.0119; 151.5963
Line(s)Toronto Line
Platforms1
Tracks1
Other information
StatusClosed
History
Opened7 March 1891
Closed11 March 1990
Former services
Preceding station State Rail Authority Following station
Blackalls Park
towards Fassifern
Toronto Line ​Terminus​

The Toronto railway station is a former railway station located in the Lake Macquarie suburb of Toronto, the terminus of the former Fassifern - Toronto branch line in New South Wales, Australia.

The station opened in c. 1891 as a private tourist tramway and was subsequently acquired by the NSW Government Railways in 1910. The station closed on 11 March 1990. The line and station is still largely intact. The station building is an example of heritage re-use, now in use by the Lake Macquarie and District Historical Society.

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