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Ashfield railway station, Sydney

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Location  Brown Street, Ashfield
Operated by  Sydney Trains
Platforms  5 (1 side, 2 island)
Owner  RailCorp
Tracks  7
Owned by  RailCorp
Line(s)  Main Suburban
Opened  26 September 1855
Connection  Bus
Ashfield railway station, Sydney

Distance  8.38 kilometres from Central
Address  Ashfield NSW 2131, Australia
Similar  Summer Hill railway station, Croydon railway station - S, Auburn railway station - S, Strathfield railway station, Campsie railway station

Ashfield railway station is located on the Main Suburban line, serving the Sydney, Australia, suburb of Ashfield. It is served by Sydney Trains T2 Inner West & South line services.



Ashfield station opened on 26 September 1855 as part of the original Sydney to Parramatta line. .

In 2002, the station was largely rebuilt with a new concrete aerial concourse and most of the platform buildings were demolished. Before completion of those facilities, the platforms were accessed from two pedestrian subways which incorporated separate booking offices. The western subway remains as a pedestrian thoroughfare.

Platforms and services

The station has five platforms (two city bound, two outward bound, and one used as a turnback to the city).

Sydney Buses operate five routes via Ashfield station:

  • 406: Five Dock to Hurlstone Park
  • 462: to Mortlake
  • 464: to Mortlake via Croydon Park, Burwood and Concord
  • 466: to Cabarita Wharf via Croydon Park, Strathfield, Burwood and Concord
  • 491: Five Dock to Hurstville via Canterbury
  • Ashfield station is served by three NightRide routes:

  • N50: Liverpool to City (Town Hall)
  • N60: Fairfield Station to City (Town Hall)
  • N61: Carlingford Station to City (Town Hall)
  • References

    Ashfield railway station, Sydney Wikipedia