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Collingwood railway station

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Collingwood railway station

Northbound view from platform 2 in May 2014.
Location Stanton Street, Collingwood
Owned by VicTrack
Operated by Metro
Line(s) South Morang
Distance 4.83 kilometres from Southern Cross
Platforms 2 side
Tracks 2
Connections Bus
Structure type Elevated
Other information
Status Unstaffed station
Station code CWD
Fare zone Myki zone 1
Website Public Transport Victoria
Opened 21 October 1901
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Metro Trains   Following station
toward Flinders Street
South Morang line
toward South Morang
Hurstbridge line
toward Hurstbridge

Collingwood railway station is located on the South Morang and Hurstbridge lines in Victoria, Australia. It serves the north-eastern Melbourne suburb of Collingwood opening as Collingwood Town Hall on 21 October 1901, being renamed Collingwood on 1 May 1909.[1] The station buildings and platforms were rebuilt in 1985/86.[2]


  • Platforms & services 1
  • Transport links 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Platforms & services

Collingwood has two side platforms. It is serviced by Metro Trains' South Morang and Hurstbridge line services.[3][4]

Platform 1:

Platform 2:

Transport links

Transdev Melbourne operates one route via Collingwood station:


  1. ^ Collingwood Vicsig
  2. ^ "Works". Newsrail (Australian Railway Historical Society): page 283. September 1986. 
  3. ^ South Morang Line timetable Public Transport Victoria
  4. ^ Hurstbridge Line timetable Public Transport Victoria
  5. ^ Route 246 Elsternwick - Clifton Hill/La Trobe University timetable Public Transport Victoria

External links

  • Melway
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