Warradale railway station

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Warradale
Railways in Adelaide - List of railway stations
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Train services
Seaford Line
Location
Street Railway Terrace
Suburb Warradale
Distance from Adelaide 13.7 km
Access by Level pedestrian crossing
Underground pedestrian tunnel
Frequency
Hi-Frequency station No
Peak frequency Every 30 mins
Weekday frequency Every 30 mins
Weekend frequency Every 30 mins
Night frequency Every 60 mins
Facilities
Passenger information display No
Passenger information speaker Yes
Number of platforms 2
Platform layout 1 island
Toilets No
Car parking Yes
Bike storage No
Lounge No
Kiosk No
Wheelchair access Handicapped/disabled access Yes
Other facilities None
History
Opened 1956
Transfers
Train transfer None
Bus transfer None
Adjacent stations
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Warradale railway station is located on the Seaford line.[1] Situated in the south-western Adelaide suburb of Warradale, it is 13.7 kilometres from Adelaide station. It was gutted by fire and subsequently rebuilt.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seaford & Tonsley timetable Adelaide Metro 20 July 2014

External links[edit]

Media related to Warradale railway station at Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 35°00′41″S 138°32′01″E / 35.0114°S 138.5336°E / -35.0114; 138.5336