Eastwood railway station

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Eastwood railway station is located on the Main Northern line, serving the Sydney suburb of Eastwood. It is served by Sydney Trains T9 Northern Line. As of 30 September 2018, Central Coast & Newcastle Line trains no longer stop at this station.


The station opened as Dundas on 17 September 1886 on the single track line. It was renamed Eastwood on 1 September 1887. The line through Eastwood was subsequently duplicated and has since been quadruplicated. In 2004, the platforms were extended towards Epping to allow 8-car Intercity trains to service the platforms. The station subway is accessible by non-paying members of the public, although this was separated from the station concourse by a fence. In February 2007, the fence was removed to allow construction of smartcard readers for the Tcard system. In March 2006 it was revealed, that asbestos fibre had been disturbed by contractors installing cabling for the Tcard project in the roof of the ticketing office at the station. The station offices were temporarily closed and replaced by a temporary booking office in the station carpark.

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Transport links

State Transit operate eight routes via Eastwood station: 515: to Circular Quay via Victoria Road 521: to Parramatta station 541: to Epping station 543: to West Ryde station 544: Macquarie Centre to Auburn station 545: Macquarie Centre to Parramatta station 551: to Marsfield X15: to Circular Quay via Victoria RoadEastwood station is served by one NightRide route: N80: Hornsby station to City (Town Hall)


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