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Murrurundi railway station

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Owned by  RailCorp
Line(s)  Main Northern
Opened  4 April 1872
Platforms in use  1
Operated by  NSW TrainLink
Tracks  3
Owner  RailCorp
Murrurundi railway station
Location  Victoria Street, Murrurundi
Distance  352.30 kilometres from Central
Address  Murrurundi NSW 2338, Australia
Similar  Uralla railway station, Quirindi railway station, Walcha Road railway st, Willow Tree railway st, Boggabri railway station

Murrurundi railway station is located on the Main Northern line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the town of Murrurundi opening on 4 April 1872. It served as the terminus of the line until it was extended to Quirindi on 13 August 1877.

The station has one platform and a passing loop. From 1891 until August 1965, Murrurundi had a four road locomotive depot to the north of the station, primarily as a base for bank engines used on the steeply graded banks over the Liverpool Range to Ardglen Tunnel north of the town. A yard existed opposite the station.


Murrurundi is served by NSW TrainLink's daily Northern Tablelands Xplorer service operating between Armidale/Moree and Sydney.


Murrurundi railway station Wikipedia

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