Armadale railway station, Perth
Armadale railway station is a railway station on the South Western Railway, 30 kilometres from Perth station serving the suburb of Armadale, Brookdale and Haynes. It is the terminating point for Transperth Armadale line services and a calling point for Transwa Australind services.
|Location||Commerce Avenue, Armadale|
|Owned by||Public Transport Authority|
|Distance||30.0 kilometres from Perth|
|Platforms||2 (1 bay, 1 side)|
99191 (platform 1)
99192 (platform 2)
95000 (TransWA rail)
95001 (TransWA rail)
|Opened||2 May 1893|
6 November 2004
The original station opened on 2 May 1893 when the South Western Railway opened from Claisebrook to Pinjarra. As part of the electrification of the line in the early 1990s, a new station was built with the former signal box relocated to the Armadale Tourist Centre. On 6 November 2004 another new station opened.
Armadale station is the terminus for Transperth Armadale line services. It is also served by Transwa Australind services to Bunbury. For a time, The Australind did stop at Kelmscott, however this was reverted in April 1992.
|99191||1||Armadale||All stations, C||Perth|
|99192||2||Armadale||All stations, C||Perth|
|Stop||Route||Destination / description||Notes|
| Stand 1||907||Rail replacement service to Perth station|
| Stand 2||243||to Kelmscott station via Seville Drive|
|245||to Kelmscott station via Westfield Road|
| Stand 3||244||to Kelmscott station via Braemore Street|
|250||Armadale to Wungong Circular Service|
|519||to Murdoch station via Armadale Road, Nicholson Road & Southacre Drive|
| Stand 4||251||to Byford via South Western Highway|
|252||to Mundijong via South Western Highway & Soldiers Road|
|253||to Jarrahdale via South Western Highway, Soldiers Road & Jarrahdale Road|
|254||to Byford via South Western Highway, Larsen Road, Karden Boulevard & Mead Street|
|686||to Crown Perth, Burswood|
| Stand 5||219||to Kelmscott station via Armadale Kelmscott Hospital|
|220||to Perth Busport via Albany Highway|||
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- Australind timetable Archived 15 June 2017 at the Wayback Machine Transwa
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- GE1 timetable Archived 1 July 2017 at the Wayback Machine Transwa
- GS1 timetable Archived 16 June 2017 at the Wayback Machine Transwa
- Gallery History of Western Australian Railways & Stations