| 2 side|
9 November 1887
| Dunmore Road, Dunmore
South Coast railway line
110.66 kilometres from Central
Shellharbour Junction railway st, Kembla Grange railway st, Albion Park railway station, Port Kembla North rail, Gerringong railway station
Dunmore railway station was located on the South Coast railway line in New South Wales, Australia. It served the southern Wollongong suburb of Dunmore and indirectly Shellharbour, opening on 9 November 1887. The weatherboard station on Platform 2 dates from 1887.
As part of the electrification of the line to Kiama in 2001, the existing crossing loop was extended north and received a platform, albeit built out of scaffolding materials with most trains continuing to use the original platform. The loop also provides access to Boral's Dunmore Quarry. There was previously a level crossing immediately south of the station. This was closed in the late-2000s as part of improvement works to the adjacent Princes Highway.
Dunmore station closed on 21 November 2014, being replaced by Shellharbour Junction station, located 800 metres to the north.
Dunmore railway station Wikipedia
Dunmore had two side platforms. It was serviced by NSW TrainLink South Coast line services travelling between Sydney Central, Bondi Junction and Kiama.