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Blayney railway station

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Location  Railway Lane, Blayney
Operated by  NSW TrainLink
Opened  1 November 1876
Platforms in use  1
Owned by  RailCorp
Tracks  2
Owner  RailCorp
Blayney railway station
Line(s)  Main Western Blayney-Demondrille
Distance  290.37 kilometres from Central
Address  Blayney NSW 2799, Australia
Similar  Wellington railway station - N, Geurie railway station, Rydal railway station, Euabalong West railway st, Ivanhoe railway station - N

Blayney railway station is located on the Main Western line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the town of Blayney, opening on 1 November 1876 when the line was extended from Bathurst. In 1888, it became a junction station with the opening of the Blayney-Demondrille line.

Opposite the platform lies an intermodal freight transport depot that opened in 1994.


Blayney is served by NSW TrainLink's daily Central West XPT service operating between Sydney and Dubbo and the weekly Outback Xplorer between Sydney and Broken Hill.

NSW TrainLink road coach services operating between Lithgow, Orange and Grenfell also serve the station.


Blayney railway station Wikipedia

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