List of Sydney Trains railway stations

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
[2][3][4][5][6]
[7][8][9][10][11][12]
Date opened Previous name(s) Interchanges
AllawahALWIllawarra13.69025 October 1925
ArncliffeARNIllawarra8.42015 October 1884
ArtarmonATMNorth Shore10.3006 July 1898
(original site),
7 October 1900
(present site)
AshfieldASHMain Suburban8.38026 September 1855
AsquithASQMain Northern35.6901 November 1915
AuburnAUBMain Suburban18.63018 February 1877
BanksiaBANIllawarra9.60021 October 1906
BankstownBNKBankstown18.72014 April 1909
Bardwell ParkBPKEast Hills10.10021 September 1931
BeecroftBCFMain Northern26.90017 September 1886
(original site)
7 March 1892
(present site)
BelmoreBMRBankstown13.2501 February 1895
BeralaBEJMain South18.36011 November 1912
BerowraBEWMain Northern44.6607 April 1887NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Beverly HillsBVHEast Hills14.65021 September 1931Dumbleton (1931–1940)
Bexley NorthBXNEast Hills11.37021 September 1931
BirrongBIOBankstown22.11016 July 1928
BlacktownBAKMain Western
Richmond
34.8704 July 1860Blacktown Road (1860–1862)Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Bondi JunctionBJNEastern Suburbs6.76023 June 1979
BurwoodBUWMain Suburban10.62026 September 1855
(original site)
13 March 1892
(present site)
CabramattaCABMain South28.4301870
CamelliaCELCarlingford22.95021 January 1885Subiaco
(1885–1901)
CampbelltownCTNMain South54.71017 May 1858Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity and regional trains, buses

CampsieCMPBankstown11.7001 February 1895
Canley ValeCVEOld Main South30.98015 April 1878
CanterburyCTBBankstown10.1601 February 1895
CaringbahCIHCronulla31.51016 December 1939
CarlingfordCGFCarlingford27.85020 April 1896Pennant Hills
(1896–1901)
CarltonCLJIllawarra12.7401889
CarramarCRRMain South25.8908 October 1924South Fairfield
(1924–1926)
CasulaCSLMain South38.8001 November 1894
CentralCENMain Suburban
North Shore
Illawarra
0.0026 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

ChatswoodCWDNorth Shore11.6501 January 1890Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro Northwest

CheltenhamCHAMain Northern25.38010 October 1898
Chester HillCHHMain South22.3108 October 1924
Circular QuayCQYCity Circle2.97022 January 1956Major Interchange
Buses, Ferry

ClarendonCRDRichmond57.2101870Hawkesbury Racecourse
(1870–1876)
ClydeCYEMain Suburban
Carlingford
20.6601882Rosehill Junction
(1882–1883)
Clyde
(1883–1901)
Clyde Junction
(1901–1904)
Major Interchange
Buses

ComoCMOIllawarra21.24026 December 1885
(original site)
27 November 1972
(present site)
Concord WestCDWMain Northern25.3801 September 1887Concord
(1887–1909)
CronullaCNLCronulla34.81016 December 1939Buses

CroydonCYDMain Suburban10.6207 January 1875Five Dock
(1875–1876)
DenistoneDSTMain Northern20.16026 September 1937
Domestic AirportDOMAirport6.60021 May 2000Major Interchange
Buses

DoonsideDODMain Western38.29027 September 1880Doonside
(1880–1921)
Wolkara
(1921)
Dulwich HillDHMBankstown7.8701 February 1895Wardell Road
(1895–1920)
Inner West Light Rail, buses

DundasCarlingford24.84020 April 1896Kissing Point Road
(1896–1901)
East HillsEHSEast Hills24.03021 December 1931
East RichmondERDRichmond60.0002 July 1939
EastwoodEWDMain Northern21.39017 September 1886
EdgecliffECLEastern Suburbs4.82023 June 1979Buses

Edmondson ParkSouth West33.168 February 2015
Emu PlainsEPSMain Western57.44018 August 1868
(original site)
1884
(present site)
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
EngadineEGDIllawarra30.7501 October 1920
EppingEPGMain Northern
Epping to Chatswood
23.39017 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
ErskinevilleEKVIllawarra2.88015 October 1884
(original site)
16 June 1912
(present site)
FairfieldFFLOld Main South28.99726 September 1856
FlemingtonFMGMain Suburban28.9971884
GlenfieldGFDMain South41.9306 September 1869
(original site)
27 March 1891
(present site)
Major Interchange
Buses, NSW TrainLink intercity trains

GordonGDNNorth Shore17.1201 January 1890
GranvilleGAVMain Suburban21.2202 July 1860Parramatta Junction
(1860–1880)
Major Interchange
Buses

Green SquareGQEAirport2.60021 May 2000
GuildfordGUDOld Main South25.720April 1876
GymeaGYMCronulla27.94016 December 1939
Harris ParkHPKMain Western22.5301883
HeathcoteHTCIllawarra33.1509 March 1886
HelensburghHNBIllawarra46.38030 May 1915NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

HolsworthyHOLEast Hills27.76021 December 1987
HomebushHSHMain Suburban12.74026 September 1855
HornsbyHBYMain Northern
North Shore
33.86017 September 1886Hornsby
(1886–1894)
Hornsby Junction
(1894–1900)
Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
Hurlstone ParkHRLBankstown8.8001 February 1895Fern Hill
(1895–1911)
HurstvilleHVLIllawarra14.84015 October 1884NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

IngleburnIGBMain South45.6506 September 1859Macquarie Fields
(1869–1883)
International AirportINTAirport8.10021 May 2000Major Interchange
Buses

JannaliJNLIllawarra22.7207 February 1931
KillaraKLANorth Shore15.89010 June 1899
Kings CrossKSXEastern Suburbs3.41023 June 1979
KingsgroveKGVEast Hills12.62021 September 1931
KingswoodKWDMain Western52.7001 September 1887Cross Roads
(1887–1888)
KirraweeKEECronulla26.64016 December 1939
KogarahKGHIllawarra11.61015 October 1884
LakembaLAKBankstown14.48014 April 1909
LeightonfieldLTNMain South23.67024 August 1942
LeppingtonLEPSouth West37.288 February 2015
LeumeahLUMMain South52.6301886
LewishamLWIMain Suburban6.2501886
(original site)
19 December 1891
(present site)
LidcombeLDCMain Suburban16.6101 November 1858Haslems Creek
(1858–1876)
Rookwood
(1876–1914)
Major Interchange

Buses

LindfieldLDDNorth Shore14.6001 January 1890
LiverpoolLPOMain South35.68026 September 1856Major Interchange
Buses

LoftusLOFIllawarra11.6109 March 1886
(original site)
9 June 1917
(present site)
Loftus Junction
(1886–1896)
MacarthurMCAMain South56.58028 July 1985NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

MacdonaldtownMACMain Suburban2.4801878
(original site)
3 April 1892
(present site)
Macquarie FieldsMQFMain South43.8003 October 1888
MarayongMYGRichmond37.4102 October 1922
MarrickvilleMKVBankstown6.5801 February 1895
Martin PlaceMPCEastern Suburbs2.10023 June 1979Future Major Interchange
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (proposed)
MascotMCOAirport5.10021 May 2000
MeadowbankMEBMain Northern18.1801 September 1887Meadow Bank
(1887–1927)
MerrylandsMLNOld Main South23.4706 July 1878
Milsons PointMPTNorth Shore4.4341 May 1893
(first site)
30 May 1915
(second site)
13 July 1915
(third site)
28 July 1924
(fourth site)
20 March 1932
(present site)
MintoMIOMain South49.670May 1874Campbellfields
(1874–1882)
MirandaMIJCronulla29.510[13]16 December 1939[13]
MortdaleMDEIllawarra17.06020 March 1897
(original site)
14 September 1922
(present site)
Mount ColahMOCMain Northern37.6801 July 1887Colah
(1887–1906)
Mount DruittMTTMain Western35.6901 November 1915
Mount Kuring-gaiMKIMain Northern43.84019 August 1881
(original site)
8 December 1974
(present site)
Kuring-gai
(1901–1904)
MulgraveMUVRichmond52.5901 December 1864
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
MuseumMSMCity Circle4.99020 December 1926
NarweeNWEEast Hills15.78021 December 1931
NewtownNTNMain Suburban3.10026 September 1855
NormanhurstNORMain Northern31.72021 November 1895Hornsby
(1895–1898)
North StrathfieldNSTMain Northern13.3809 June 1918
North SydneyNSYNorth Shore5.13020 March 1932Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Victoria Cross railway station) (proposed)

OatleyOALIllawarra18.2801886Oatley
(1886–1889)
Oatley's
(1889–1890)
Olympic ParkOLPOlympic Park17.3301 May 1998
PadstowPDWEast Hills19.34021 December 1931
PananiaPANEast Hills22.55021 December 1931
ParramattaPARMain Western23.21026 September 1855
(original site)
4 July 1860
(present site)
Major Interchange
NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

Pendle HillPDHMain Western28.29012 April 1924
Pennant HillsPNTMain Northern28.58017 September 1886
PenrithPNRMain Western55.09019 January 1863Major Interchange
Buses

PenshurstPHSIllawarra18.2801886
(original site)
4 April 1905
(present site)
PetershamPSMMain Suburban5.5006 January 1857
PunchbowlPCBBankstown16.45014 April 1909
PymblePYBNorth Shore18.9001 January 1890
Quakers HillQKHRichmond40.0901872
(as siding)
30 March 1905
(original site)
29 June 1939
(present site)
Douglas Siding
(1872–1905)
RedfernREFMain Suburban
Illawarra
1.30015 April 1878[14]Eveleigh
(1878–1906)
Major Interchange
Buses, NSW TrainLink intercity trains

Regents ParkRGPMain South19.86011 November 1912
(original site)
2 March 1914
(with platform)
8 October 1924
(present site)
RevesbyRSYEast Hills20.96021 December 1931
RhodesRDSMain Northern16.58017 September 1886
RichmondRCDRichmond60.6801 December 1864
RiverstoneRVSRichmond45.9601 December 1864
RiverwoodRVDEast Hills20.96021 December 1931Herne Bay
(1931–1958)
RockdaleRKLIllawarra10.41015 October 1884
Rooty HillRYHMain Western40.91023 December 1861
(originally)
1 January 1862
(with platform)
1 December 1864
(after closure
21 July 1862)
RosehillRSLCarlingford22.4201 August 1901
(original site)
14 May 1959
(present site)
RosevilleRVLNorth Shore13.2701 January 1890Rossville
(1890)
RydalmereRYDCarlingford24.01024 April 1896Victoria Road
(1896–1901)
SchofieldsSFSRichmond43.7501870 (original site)
29 October 2011 (present site)
SeftonSFTMain South21.1908 October 1924
Seven HillsSEVMain Western32.0601 December 1863
(originally)
6 February 1869
(with platform)
St JamesSTJCity Circle4.40020 December 1926
St LeonardsSNLNorth Shore8.4101 January 1890Future Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Crows Nest railway station) (proposed)

St MarysSTMMain Western47.4201 May 1862South Creek
(1862–1885)
St PetersSAPIllawarra3.81015 October 1884
StanmoreSMNMain Suburban4.6701878
StrathfieldSTRMain Suburban11.8109 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 HillSMHMain Suburban7.03015 September 1879
SutherlandSLDIllawarra24.64026 December 1885NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

SydenhamSDNIllawarra5.31015 October 1884Marrickville
(1884–1895)
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest

TelopeaTEACarlingford26.340[15]13 June 1925[15]
TempeTMEIllawarra6.840[16]15 October 1884[16]
ThornleighTHOMain Northern29.430[17]17 September 1886[17]
ToongabbieTGBMain Western29.960[18]26 April 1880[18]
Town HallTHLNorth Shore
City Circle
Illawarra
1.180[19]28 February 1932[19]Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Pitt Street railway station) (proposed)

TurramurraTMUNorth Shore20.820[20]1 January 1890[20]Eastern Road
(1890)[20]
TurrellaTLLEast Hills8.630[21]21 September 1931[21]
VillawoodVWDMain South24.500[22]8 October 1924[22]
VineyardVYRRichmond49.230[23]14 July 1935[23]
WahroongaWHGNorth Shore22.770[24]1 January 1890[24]Pearces Corner
(1890)[24]
WaitaraWTANorth Shore24.210[25]20 April 1895[25]
WarraweeWWENorth Shore21.891 August 1900
Warwick FarmWWFMain South34.160[26]18 March 1889[26]
WaterfallWFLIllawarra38.740[27]9 March 1886
(original site)
1890
(second site)
4 May 1905
(present site)[27]
Waterfalls
(1886)[27]
NSW TrainLink intercity trains
WavertonWVTNorth Shore6.110[28]1 May 1893[28]Bay Road
(1893–1929)[28]
WentworthvilleWVLMain Western26.640[29]1883[29]T R Smith's Platform
(1883–1885)[29]
WerringtonWRTMain Western49.080[30]2 May 1868[30]Parkes Platform
(1868–1893)[30]
West RydeWSRMain Northern19.200[31]17 September 1886[31]Ryde
(1886–1945)[31]
WestmeadWMDMain Western25.160[32]March 1883[32]NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

Wiley ParkWLPBankstown15.350[33]19 June 1938[33]
WindsorWSRRichmond54.980[34]1 December 1864[34]
Wolli CreekWCI, WCA, WCJ[35]Airport
Illawarra
7.300[36]21 May 2000[37]NSW TrainLink intercity trains, buses

WollstonecraftWSCNorth Shore7.180[38]1 May 1893[38]Edwards Road
(1893–1900)[38]
WooloowareWOECronulla33.600[39]16 December 1939[39]
WynyardNorth Shore
City Circle
2.050[40]28 February 1932[40]Major Interchange
Buses
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (Barangaroo railway station) (proposed)

YagoonaYOABankstown20.560[41]16 July 1928[41]
YennoraYNROld Main South27.440[42]6 November 1927[42]

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. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Miranda Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  14. First appeared in timetable
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  16. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Tempe Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  17. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Thornleigh Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  18. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Toongabbie Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  19. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Town Hall Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  20. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Turramurra Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  21. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Turrella Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  22. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Villawood Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  23. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales: Vineyard Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  24. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wahroonga Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  25. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waitara Railway Station. Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  26. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Warwick Farm Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  27. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waterfall Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  28. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Waverton Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  29. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wentworthville Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  30. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Werrington Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  31. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: West Ryde Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  32. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Westmead Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  33. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wiley Park Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  34. 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. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wollstonecraft Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  39. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Woolooware Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  40. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Wynyard Railway Station". Retrieved 24 July 2007.
  41. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Yagoona Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
  42. Bozier, Rolfe, "New South Wales Railways: Yennora Railway Station". Retrieved 25 July 2007.
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