Hackham railway station
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Site Of Hackham railway station
|Owned by||South Australian Railways|
|Operated by||South Australian Railways|
|Line(s)||Willunga railway line|
|Platforms||One raised platform|
|Train operators||South Australian Railways|
|Opened||20 January 1915|
Hackham railway station was a railway station on the Willunga railway line serving Hackham, Australia. The station had a raised passenger platform during the passenger transport days of this line. The crossing was protected by flashing lights.
The entire line was dismantled in 1972 and the stop is now a picnic stop on the Coast to Vines Rail Trail.
- Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin No 336, October 1965
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