List of Sydney Trains railway stations

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Sydney Trains is a train operator of a commuter-based rail network centred on the metropolitan area of Sydney which comprises seven metropolitan lines. The entire length of railway in New South Wales is maintained by Transport for New South Wales which is a statutory authority of the Government of New South Wales. It was formed when CityRail was dissolved on 30 June 2013. The former CityRail network has over 2,060 km of track.[1] The Sydney Trains network extends up to Berowra, to the north, Richmond to the north-west, Emu Plains to the west, Waterfall to the south, and Macarthur to the south west.

Most of the Sydney Trains network runs on the surface of suburban areas while some recently constructed and inner city sections will run underground. The network is served by a fleet of double-deck electric multiple units.

Stations

Name Code Image Served by Railway line(s) Distance from
Central Station (km)
[2][3][4][5][6]
[7][8][9][10][11][12]
Date opened Previous name(s) Interchanges
Allawah ALW Allawah Illawarra 13.690 25 October 1925
Arncliffe ARN Arncliffe Illawarra 8.420 15 October 1884
Artarmon ATM Artarmon North Shore 10.300 6 July 1898
(original site),
7 October 1900
(present site)
Ashfield ASH Ashfield Main Suburban 8.380 26 September 1855
Asquith ASQ Asquith Main Northern 35.690 1 November 1915
Auburn AUB Auburn Main Suburban 18.630 18 February 1877
Banksia BAN Banksia Illawarra 9.600 21 October 1906
Bankstown BNK Bankstown Bankstown 18.720 14 April 1909
Bardwell Park BPK Bardwell East Hills 10.100 21 September 1931
Beecroft BCF Beecroft Main Northern 26.900 17 September 1886
(original site)
7 March 1892
(present site)
Belmore BMR Belmore Bankstown 13.250 1 February 1895
Berala BEJ Berala Main South 18.360 11 November 1912
Berowra BEW Berowra Main Northern 44.660 7 April 1887 NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Beverly Hills BVH Beverly Hills East Hills 14.650 21 September 1931 Dumbleton (1931–1940)
Bexley North BXN Bexley North East Hills 11.370 21 September 1931
Birrong BIO Birrong Bankstown 22.110 16 July 1928
Blacktown BAK Blacktown Main Western
Richmond
34.870 4 July 1860 Blacktown Road (1860–1862) Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Bondi Junction BJN Bondi Junction Eastern Suburbs 6.760 23 June 1979
Burwood BUW Burwood Main Suburban 10.620 26 September 1855
(original site)
13 March 1892
(present site)
Cabramatta CAB Cabramatta Main South 28.430 1870
Camellia CEL Camellia Carlingford 22.950 21 January 1885 Subiaco
(1885–1901)
Campbelltown CTN Campbelltown Main South 54.710 17 May 1858 Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity and regional trains, buses
Campsie CMP Campsie Bankstown 11.700 1 February 1895
Canley Vale CVE Canley Vale Old Main South 30.980 15 April 1878
Canterbury CTB Canterbury Bankstown 10.160 1 February 1895
Caringbah CIH Caringbah Cronulla 31.510 16 December 1939
Carlingford CGF Carlingford Carlingford 27.850 20 April 1896 Pennant Hills
(1896–1901)
Carlton CLJ Carlton Illawarra 12.740 1889
Carramar CRR Carramar Main South 25.890 8 October 1924 South Fairfield
(1924–1926)
Casula CSL Casula Main South 38.800 1 November 1894
Central CEN Central Main Suburban
North Shore
Illawarra
0.00 26 September 1855
(original site)
5 August 1906
(present site)
3 October 1926
(electric platforms)
23 June 1979
(underground platforms)
Sydney
(1855–1926)
Major Interchange, NSW TrainLink intercity & regional trains, Great Southern Rail trains, Sydney Light Rail, buses, coaches
Chatswood CWD Chatswood North Shore 11.650 1 January 1890 Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro Northwest
Cheltenham CHA Cheltenham Main Northern 25.380 10 October 1898
Chester Hill CHH Chester Hill Main South 22.310 8 October 1924
Circular Quay CQY Circular Quay City Circle 2.970 22 January 1956 Major Interchange
Buses
Clarendon CRD Clarendon Richmond 57.210 1870 Hawkesbury Racecourse
(1870–1876)
Clyde CYE Clyde Main Suburban
Carlingford
20.660 1882 Rosehill Junction
(1882–1883)
Clyde
(1883–1901)
Clyde Junction
(1901–1904)
Major Interchange
Buses
Como CMO Como Illawarra 21.240 26 December 1885
(original site)
27 November 1972
(present site)
Concord West CDW Concord West Main Northern 25.380 1 September 1887 Concord
(1887–1909)
Cronulla CNL Cronulla Cronulla 34.810 16 December 1939 Buses
Croydon CYD Croydon Main Suburban 10.620 7 January 1875 Five Dock
(1875–1876)
Denistone DST Denistone Main Northern 20.160 26 September 1937
Domestic Airport DOM Domestic Airport 6.600 21 May 2000 Major Interchange
Buses
Doonside DOD Doonside Main Western 38.290 27 September 1880 Doonside
(1880–1921)
Wolkara
(1921)
Dulwich Hill DHM Dulwich Hill Bankstown 7.870 1 February 1895 Wardell Road
(1895–1920)
Inner West Light Rail, buses
Dundas Dundas Carlingford 24.840 20 April 1896 Kissing Point Road
(1896–1901)
East Hills EHS East Hills East Hills 24.030 21 December 1931
East Richmond ERD East Richmond Richmond 60.000 2 July 1939
Eastwood EWD Eastwood Main Northern 21.390 17 September 1886 Dundas
(1886–7)
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Edgecliff ECL Edgecliff Eastern Suburbs 4.820 23 June 1979 Buses
Edmondson Park Edmondson Park South West 33.16 8 February 2015
Emu Plains EPS Emu Plains Main Western 57.440 18 August 1868
(original site)
1884
(present site)
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Engadine EGD Engadine Illawarra 30.750 1 October 1920
Epping EPG Epping Main Northern
Epping to Chatswood
23.390 17 September 1886
(original site)
15 February 1900
(present site)
23 February 2009
(underground platforms)
Field of Mars
(1886–1887)
Carlingford
(1887–1899)
Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Sydney Metro Northwest
Erskineville EKV Erskinevelle Illawarra 2.880 15 October 1884
(original site)
16 June 1912
(present site)
Fairfield FFL Fairfield Old Main South 28.997 26 September 1856
Flemington FMG Flemington Main Suburban 28.997 1884
Glenfield GFD Glenfield Main South 41.930 6 September 1869
(original site)
27 March 1891
(present site)
Major Interchange
Buses, NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Gordon GDN Gordon North Shore 17.120 1 January 1890
Granville GAV Granville Main Suburban 21.220 2 July 1860 Parramatta Junction
(1860–1880)
Major Interchange
Buses
Green Square GQE Green Square Airport 2.600 21 May 2000
Guildford GUD Guildford Old Main South 25.720 April 1876
Gymea GYM Gymea Cronulla 27.940 16 December 1939
Harris Park HPK Harris Park Main Western 22.530 1883
Heathcote HTC Heathcote Illawarra 33.150 9 March 1886
Holsworthy HOL Holsworthy East Hills 27.760 21 December 1987
Homebush HSH Homebush Main Suburban 12.740 26 September 1855
Hornsby HBY Hornsby Main Northern
North Shore
33.860 17 September 1886 Hornsby
(1886–1894)
Hornsby Junction
(1894–1900)
Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Hurlstone Park HRL Hurlstone Park Bankstown 8.800 1 February 1895 Fern Hill
(1895–1911)
Hurstville HVL Hurstville Illawarra 14.840 15 October 1884 NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Ingleburn IGB Ingleburn Main South 45.650 6 September 1859 Macquarie Fields
(1869–1883)
International Airport INT International Airport 8.100 21 May 2000 Major Interchange
Buses
Jannali JNL Jannali Illawarra 22.720 7 February 1931
Killara KLA Killara North Shore 15.890 10 June 1899
Kings Cross KSX King Cross Eastern Suburbs 3.410 23 June 1979
Kingsgrove KGV Kingsgrove East Hills 12.620 21 September 1931
Kingswood KWD Kingswood Main Western 52.700 1 September 1887 Cross Roads
(1887–1888)
Kirrawee KEE Kirrawee Cronulla 26.640 16 December 1939
Kogarah KGH Kogarah Illawarra 11.610 15 October 1884
Lakemba LAK Lakemba Bankstown 14.480 14 April 1909
Leightonfield LTN Leightonfield Main South 23.670 24 August 1942
Leppington LEP Leppington South West 37.28 8 February 2015
Leumeah LUM Leumeah Main South 52.630 1886
Lewisham LWI Lewisham Main Suburban 6.250 1886
(original site)
19 December 1891
(present site)
Lidcombe LDC Lidcombe Main Suburban 16.610 1 November 1858 Haslems Creek
(1858–1876)
Rookwood
(1876–1914)
Major Interchange
Buses
Lindfield LDD Lindfield North Shore 14.600 1 January 1890
Liverpool LPO Liverpool Main South 35.680 26 September 1856 Major Interchange
Buses
Loftus LOF Loftus Illawarra 11.610 9 March 1886
(original site)
9 June 1917
(present site)
Loftus Junction
(1886–1896)
Macarthur MCA Macarthur Main South 56.580 28 July 1985 NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Macdonaldtown MAC Macdonaldtown Main Suburban 2.480 1878
(original site)
3 April 1892
(present site)
Macquarie Fields MQF Macquarie Fields Main South 43.800 3 October 1888
Macquarie Park MQP Macquarie Park Epping to Chatswood 20.80 23 February 2009 Major Interchange
Buses
Macquarie University MCU Macquarie University Epping to Chatswood 22.07 23 February 2009 Major Interchange
Buses
Marayong MYG Marayong Richmond 37.410 2 October 1922
Marrickville MKV Marrickville Bankstown 6.580 1 February 1895
Martin Place MPC Martins Place Eastern Suburbs 2.100 23 June 1979 Future Major Interchange
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (proposed)
Mascot MCO Mascot Airport 5.100 21 May 2000
Meadowbank MEB Meadowbank Main Northern 18.180 1 September 1887 Meadow Bank
(1887–1927)
Merrylands MLN Merrylands Old Main South 23.470 6 July 1878
Milsons Point MPT Milsons Point North Shore 4.434 1 May 1893
(first site)
30 May 1915
(second site)
13 July 1915
(third site)
28 July 1924
(fourth site)
20 March 1932
(present site)
Minto MIO Minto 8 Main South 49.670 May 1874 Campbellfields
(1874–1882)
Miranda MIJ Miranda Cronulla 29.510[13] 16 December 1939[13]
Mortdale MDE Mortdale Illawarra 17.060 20 March 1897
(original site)
14 September 1922
(present site)
Mount Colah MOC Mount Colah Main Northern 37.680 1 July 1887 Colah
(1887–1906)
Mount Druitt MTT Mount Druitt Main Western 35.690 1 November 1915
Mount Kuring-gai MKI Mount Kuring-gai Main Northern 43.840 19 August 1881
(original site)
8 December 1974
(present site)
Kuring-gai
(1901–1904)
Mulgrave MUV Mulgrave Richmond 52.590 1 December 1864
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Museum MSM Museum City Circle 4.990 20 December 1926
Narwee NWE Narwee East Hills 15.780 21 December 1931
Newtown NTN Newtown Main Suburban 3.100 26 September 1855
Normanhurst NOR Normanhurst Main Northern 31.720 21 November 1895 Hornsby
(1895–1898)
North Strathfield NST North Strathfield Main Northern 13.380 9 June 1918
North Sydney NSY North Sydney North Shore 5.130 20 March 1932 Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Victoria Cross railway station) (proposed)
North Ryde NRQ North Ryde Epping to Chatswood 19.39 23 February 2009 Delhi Road
(During planning)
Major Interchange
Buses
Oatley OAL Oatley Illawarra 18.280 1886 Oatley
(1886–1889)
Oatley's
(1889–1890)
Olympic Park OLP Olympic Park Olympic Park 17.330 1 May 1998
Padstow PDW Padstow East Hills 19.340 21 December 1931
Panania PAN Panania East Hills 22.550 21 December 1931
Parramatta PAR Parramatta Main Western 23.210 26 September 1855
(original site)
4 July 1860
(present site)
Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Pendle Hill PDH Pendle Hill Main Western 28.290 12 April 1924
Pennant Hills PNT Pennant Hills Main Northern 28.580 17 September 1886
Penrith PNR Penrith Main Western 55.090 19 January 1863 Major Interchange
Buses
Penshurst PHS Penhurst Illawarra 18.280 1886
(original site)
4 April 1905
(present site)
Petersham PSM Petersham Main Suburban 5.500 6 January 1857
Punchbowl PCB Punchbowl Bankstown 16.450 14 April 1909
Pymble PYB Pymble North Shore 18.900 1 January 1890
Quakers Hill QKH Quakers Hill Richmond 40.090 1872
(as siding)
30 March 1905
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Douglas Siding
(1872–1905)
Redfern REF Redfern Main Suburban
Illawarra
1.300 15 April 1878[14] Eveleigh
(1878–1906)
Major Interchange
Buses, NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Regents Park RGP Regents Park Main South 19.860 11 November 1912
(original site)
2 March 1914
(with platform)
8 October 1924
(present site)
Revesby RSY Revesby East Hills 20.960 21 December 1931
Rhodes RDS Rhodes Main Northern 16.580 17 September 1886
Richmond RCD Richmond Richmond 60.680 1 December 1864
Riverstone RVS Riverstone Richmond 45.960 1 December 1864
Riverwood RVD Riverwood East Hills 20.960 21 December 1931 Herne Bay
(1931–1958)
Rockdale RKL Rochdale Illawarra 10.410 15 October 1884
Rooty Hill RYH Rooty Hill Main Western 40.910 23 December 1861
(originally)
1 January 1862
(with platform)
1 December 1864
(after closure
21 July 1862)
Rosehill RSL Rose Hill Carlingford 22.420 1 August 1901
(original site)
14 May 1959
(present site)
Roseville RVL Roseville North Shore 13.270 1 January 1890 Rossville
(1890)
Rydalmere RYD Rydalmere Carlingford 24.010 24 April 1896 Victoria Road
(1896–1901)
Schofields SFS Schofields Richmond 43.750 1870 (original site)
29 October 2011 (present site)
Sefton SFT Sefton Main South 21.190 8 October 1924
Seven Hills SEV Seven Hills Main Western 32.060 1 December 1863
(originally)
6 February 1869
(with platform)
St James STJ St James City Circle 4.400 20 December 1926
St Leonards SNL St Leonards North Shore 8.410 1 January 1890 Future Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Crows Nest railway station) (proposed)
St Marys STM St Marys Main Western 47.420 1 May 1862 South Creek
(1862–1885)
St Peters SAP St Peters Illawarra 3.810 15 October 1884
Stanmore SMN Stanmore Main Suburban 4.670 1878
Strathfield STR Strathfield Main Suburban 11.810 9 July 1876
(original site)
23 September 1900
(second site)
6 November 1922
(present site)
Redmyre
(1876–1885)
Major Interchange
Buses, NSW TrainLink intercity and regional trains
Summer Hill SMH Summer Hill Main Suburban 7.030 15 September 1879
Sutherland SLD Sutherland Illawarra 24.640 26 December 1885 NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Sydenham SDN Sydenham Illawarra 5.310 15 October 1884 Marrickville
(1884–1895)
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest
Telopea TEA Telopea Carlingford 26.340[15] 13 June 1925[15]
Tempe TME Tempe Illawarra 6.840[16] 15 October 1884[16]
Thornleigh THO Thornleigh Main Northern 29.430[17] 17 September 1886[17]
Toongabbie TGB Toongabbie Main Western 29.960[18] 26 April 1880[18]
Town Hall THL Town Hall North Shore
City Circle
Illawarra
1.180[19] 28 February 1932[19] Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Pitt Street railway station) (proposed)
Turramurra TMU Turramurra North Shore 20.820[20] 1 January 1890[20] Eastern Road
(1890)[20]
Turrella TLL Turrella East Hills 8.630[21] 21 September 1931[21]
Villawood VWD Villawood Main South 24.500[22] 8 October 1924[22]
Vineyard VYR Vineyard Richmond 49.230[23] 14 July 1935[23]
Wahroonga WHG Wahroonga North Shore 22.770[24] 1 January 1890[24] Pearces Corner
(1890)[24]
Waitara WTA Waitara North Shore 24.210[25] 20 April 1895[25]
Warrawee WWE Warrawee North Shore 21.89 1 August 1900[citation needed]
Warwick Farm WWF Warwick Farm Main South 34.160[26] 18 March 1889[26]
Waterfall WFL Waterfall Illawarra 38.740[27] 9 March 1886
(original site)
1890
(second site)
4 May 1905
(present site)[27]
Waterfalls
(1886)[27]
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Waverton WVT Waverton North Shore 6.110[28] 1 May 1893[28] Bay Road
(1893–1929)[28]
Wentworthville WVL Wentworthville Main Western 26.640[29] 1883[29] T R Smith's Platform
(1883–1885)[29]
Werrington WRT Werrington Main Western 49.080[30] 2 May 1868[30] Parkes Platform
(1868–1893)[30]
West Ryde WSR West Ryde Main Northern 19.200[31] 17 September 1886[31] Ryde
(1886–1945)[31]
Westmead WMD Westmead Main Western 25.160[32] March 1883[32] NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Wiley Park WLP Wiley Bankstown 15.350[33] 19 June 1938[33]
Windsor WSR Windsor Richmond 54.980[34] 1 December 1864[34]
Wolli Creek WCI, WCA, WCJ[35] Wolli Creek Airport
Illawarra
7.300[36] 21 May 2000[37] NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses
Wollstonecraft WSC Wollstonecraft North Shore 7.180[38] 1 May 1893[38] Edwards Road
(1893–1900)[38]
Woolooware WOE Woolooware Cronulla 33.600[39] 16 December 1939[39]
Wynyard Wynyard North Shore
City Circle
2.050[40] 28 February 1932[40] Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Barangaroo railway station) (proposed)
Yagoona YOA Yagoona Bankstown 20.560[41] 16 July 1928[41]
Yennora YNR Yennora Old Main South 27.440[42] 6 November 1927[42]
Helensburgh HNB

See also

References

  1. ^ CityRail – About Us: Interesting Statistics Archived 24 September 2006 at the Wayback Machine., CityRail. Retrieved 25 November 2006.
  2. ^ "Carlingford Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  3. ^ "Eastern Suburb Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "Main Western Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  5. ^ "Main North Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "City Circle". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  7. ^ "East Hills Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  8. ^ "Cronulla Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  9. ^ "Richmond Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  10. ^ "South Coast Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  11. ^ "Lidcombe-Cabramatta Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  12. ^ "Bankstown Line". NSWrail.net. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  13. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Miranda Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  14. ^ First appeared in timetable
  15. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Telopea Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  16. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tempe Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  17. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Thornleigh Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  18. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Toongabbie Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  19. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Town Hall Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  20. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Turramurra Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  21. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Turrella Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  22. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Villawood Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  23. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales: Vineyard Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  24. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wahroonga Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  25. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waitara Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  26. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Warwick Farm Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  27. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waterfall Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  28. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waverton Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  29. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wentworthville Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  30. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Werrington Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  31. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: West Ryde Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  32. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Westmead Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  33. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wiley Park Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  34. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales: Windsor Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  35. ^ Wolli Creek has three point names. WCI is Wolli Creek on the Illawarra line, WCA is Wolli Creek on the Airport line, WCJ is Wolli Creek junction on the East Hills line (no platform, but a timing point)
  36. ^ Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wolli Creek Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  37. ^ Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Airport Line: History". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  38. ^ a b c Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wollstonecraft Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  39. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Woolooware Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  40. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wynyard Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  41. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Yagoona Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  42. ^ a b Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Yennora Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.

External links

  • Station facilities – CityRail
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