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Rydal railway station

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Location  Bathurst Street, Rydal
Operated by  NSW TrainLink
Platforms  2 side (1 disused)
Opened  1 July 1870
Owned by  RailCorp
Line(s)  Main Western
Address  Rydal NSW 2790, Australia
Owner  RailCorp
Rydal railway station

Distance  181.40 kilometres from Central
Similar  Wellington railway station - N, Ivanhoe railway station - N, Menindee railway station, Geurie railway station, Tarana railway station

Rydal railway station is located on the Main Western line in New South Wales, Australia. It serves the village of Rydal, opening on 1 July 1870. On 14 March 1915, the line was duplicated with a second platform built. The station closed on 27 May 1989, with the track lifted from the 1915 built platform in 1998 when the line was singled.

The station building has been converted to a library.


Rydal is served by NSW TrainLink's daily Central West XPT service operating between Sydney and Dubbo. Even though it passes through the station, the Bathurst Bullet does not stop.


Rydal railway station Wikipedia