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Carlisle railway station, Perth

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Operated by  Transperth
Platforms  2 (1 island)
Tracks  2
Line(s)  Armadale
Opened  1893
Carlisle railway station, Perth
Location  Bank Street, Carlisle Australia
Owned by  Public Transport Authority
Distance  7.4 kilometres from Perth
Address  East Victoria Park WA 6101, Australia
Owner  Public Transport Authority
Similar  Victoria Park railway st, Sherwood railway station - P, Challis railway station, Seaforth railway station, Beckenham railway station

Carlisle railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network. It is located on the Armadale line, 7.4 kilometres from Perth station serving the suburbs of Carlisle and East Victoria Park.

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History

Carlisle station opened in 1893 as Haydon's Siding, being renamed Mint Street in 1912, East Victoria Park in 1912 and finally Carlisle in 1919.

As part of the New MetroRail project, the station was upgraded between February 2003 and January 2005.

Services

Carlisle station is served by Transperth Armadale/Thornlie line services.

References

Carlisle railway station, Perth Wikipedia


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