Bankstown Line

The Bankstown line traverses the southern suburbs of Sydney. Along with the main west line, it forms what is known as the large Bankstown Loop.

Although traffic is mainly passenger trains, it sees freight from the various goods lines which branch off it, including those to Botany, Enfield and Rozelle yards.

Name Facility Status Opened Closed km Photos Links
icon Sydenham Station In Use 15-Oct-1884 - 5.310 7
icon Marrickville Station In Use 1-Feb-1895 - 6.580
icon Marrickville Junction Junction In Use unknown - 6.600
icon Dulwich Hill Station In Use 1-Feb-1895 - 7.870
icon Wardell Road Junction Junction In Use 29-May-1916 - 7.870
icon Hurlstone Park Station In Use 1-Feb-1895 - 8.800
icon Canterbury Station In Use 1-Feb-1895 - 10.160
icon Campsie Station In Use 1-Feb-1895 - 11.700
icon Jct (Campsie) Junction In Use unknown -
icon Belmore Station In Use 1-Feb-1895 - 13.250
icon Lakemba Station In Use 14-Apr-1909 - 14.480
icon Wiley Park Station In Use 19-Jun-1938 - 15.350
icon Punchbowl Station In Use 14-Apr-1909 - 16.450 1
icon Bankstown Station In Use 14-Apr-1909 - 18.720
icon Yagoona Station In Use 16-Jul-1928 - 20.560
icon Birrong Station In Use 16-Jul-1928 - 22.110
icon Sefton Park East Junction Junction In Use unknown - 21.688
icon Sefton Park North Junction Junction In Use unknown -