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Anstey railway station

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Owned by  VicTrack
Line(s)  Upfield
Opened  15 December 1926
Tracks  2
Operated by  Metro
Platforms  2 side
Owner  VicTrack
Connections  Bus, Tram
Anstey railway station
Location  Albion Street, Brunswick Australia
Distance  8.04 kilometres from Southern Cross
Address  Albion St & Orient Gr, Brunswick VIC 3056, Australia
Similar  Brunswick railway station - M, Jewell railway station, Moreland railway station, Coburg railway station, Upfield railway station

Anstey railway station is located on the Upfield line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the northern Melbourne suburb of Brunswick, and opened on 15 December 1926 as North Brunswick. It was renamed Anstey on 1 December 1942, and was named after former State and Federal Member of Parliament, Frank Anstey.


Platforms and services

Anstey has two side platforms. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Upfield line services.

Platform 1:

  • Upfield line: all stations services to Flinders Street
  • Platform 2:

  • Upfield line: all stations services to Upfield
  • Moonee Valley Coaches operates one route via Anstey station:

  • 503: Essendon station – East Brunswick
  • Yarra Trams operate one route via Anstey station:

  • 19: Coburg North – Elizabeth Street CBD
  • References

    Anstey railway station Wikipedia