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Wollstonecraft station (Sydney)

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Wollstonecraft station is a railway station serving the Sydney suburb of Wollstonecraft. It is on the North Shore railway line. The station is served by the T1 North Shore & Western Line and T9 Northern Line of the Sydney Trains network.

History

Wollstonecraft station opened on 1 May 1893 when the North Shore railway line opened from St Leonards to Milsons Point. Originally named Edwards Road, it was renamed on 1 September 1900.[1] The original buildings were replaced in the 1980s.[2]

Platforms and services

The station features two side platforms located on a sharp curve.

Platform
type
Platform
number
Line Details Next station
(Up direction)
Next station
(Down direction)
Side 1 Services to Penrith, Emu Plains or Richmond via Central and Strathfield Waverton N/A
Services to Hornsby via Central and Strathfield
Morning peak services to Blacktown via Central
Side 2 Services to Lindfield, Gordon, Hornsby & Berowra N/A St Leonards
Services to Gordon
Evening peak services to Gosford & Wyong via Gordon

References

  1. Wollstonecraft Station NSWrail.net
  2. Wollstonecraft Railway Station Sign NSW Environment & Heritage

Attribution

This article incorporates text from the following revision of the English Wikipedia article "Wollstonecraft railway station": https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wollstonecraft_railway_station&oldid=866739194.