Hampton railway station, Melbourne
Hampton railway station is located on the Sandringham line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Hampton opening on 2 September 1887. It was renamed Retreat on 1 October 1887 and Hampton on 10 September 1889.
|Location||Railway Crescent, Hampton|
|Distance||17.70 kilometres from Southern Cross|
|Fare zone||Myki zone 2|
|Website||Public Transport Victoria|
|Opened||2 September 1887|
The station building was reconstructed in 1975.
Platforms & servicesEdit
On rare occasions, extra services for major events may originate at Hampton instead of Sandringham. These services are formed by empty trains directly from the stabling yard at Sandringham.
- Flinders Street all stations services to
- Sandringham all stations services to
Transdev Melbourne operates one route along Hampton Street, nearby Hampton railway station:
Ventura Bus Lines operates two routes from the bus interchange adjacent to platform 2:
Controversial redevelopment plansEdit
In November 2016 a proposed white building near Hampton station generated controversy as it was seen as bringing a white cruise ship to Hampton.
- Hampton Vicsig
- Vincent Adams Winter (1990). VR and VicRail: 1962 - 1983. p. 106. ISBN 0-9592069-3-0.
- "Sandringham Line". Public Transport Victoria.
- "922 Southland SC - St Kilda Station". Public Transport Victoria.
- "708 Carrum - Hampton via Southland". Public Transport Victoria.
- "828 Hampton - Berwick Station via Southland SC & Dandenong". Public Transport Victoria.
- "Plans released for redevelopment of Hampton Railway Station precinct". Herald Sun. 5 November 2016.
- Melway map at street-directory.com.au