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Shorncliffe railway station

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Owned by  Queensland Rail
Line(s)  Shorncliffe
Elevation  2 m
Station code  600425
Platforms in use  1
Operated by  City network
Structure type  Ground
Opened  1882
Owner  Queensland Rail
Tracks  1
Shorncliffe railway station
Location  Railway Parade, Shorncliffe
Distance  20.69 kilometres from Central
Address  Shorncliffe QLD 4017, Australia
Similar  North Boondall railway st, Sandgate railway station - Br, Northgate railway station - Br, Deagon railway station, Bindha railway station

Qr electric suburban train number 238 departs from shorncliffe railway station


Shorncliffe railway station is the terminus station of the Shorncliffe line in Queensland, Australia. It serves the Brisbane suburb of Shorncliffe.

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History

The station opened in 1882 as Sandgate. In 1938 it was renamed Shorncliffe.

The line allowed Brisbane residents to travel to the water of Moreton Bay's Shorncliffe shoreline. Beyond the station lie two sidings used to stable trains overnight.

Services

Shorncliffe is the terminus station for Shorncliffe line services to and from Roma Street, Cannon Hill, Manly and Cleveland.

References

Shorncliffe railway station Wikipedia


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