Mullumbimby railway station

Mullumbimby railway station was a station on the Murwillumbah line opening on 15 May 1894.[1] It closed on 16 May 2004 when the line from Casino was closed.[2]

Mullumbimby
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General information
LocationStation Street, Mullumbimby
Coordinates28°33′16″S 153°30′10″E / 28.5544°S 153.5029°E / -28.5544; 153.5029Coordinates: 28°33′16″S 153°30′10″E / 28.5544°S 153.5029°E / -28.5544; 153.5029
Owned byTransport Asset Holding Entity
Operated byNSW TrainLink
Line(s)Murwillumbah
Distance898.26 kilometres from Central
Platforms1
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeGround
History
Opened15 May 1894
Closed16 May 2004
Route map
North Coast line to Sydney
805
Casino
North Coast line to Brisbane
Old Casino
Bungabbee
Leycester
Lismore
Leycester Creek bridge
North Lismore
Woodlawn
Bexhill
Eltham
Laureldale
Booyong Junction
Tyumba
Teven
Ballina
Booyong
Binna Burra
Bangalow
St Helena
Byron Bay
Shirley Street crossing
Byron Beach
Kendal Street crossing
Belongil Creek bridge
North Byron
Tyagarah
Myocum
Mullumbimby
Billinudgel
Crabbes Creek
Mooball
Burringbar
Stokers
Dunbible
Murwillumbah
Condong

The station forecourt is served by NSW TrainLink coach services to Casino and Tweed Heads.[3]

Platforms & servicesEdit

Mullumbimby had one platform, with a passing loop. It was served by trains from Sydney including the North Coast Mail until 1973 when replaced by the Gold Coast Motorail which in February 1990 was replaced by a XPT service.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mullumbimby Station NSWRail.net
  2. ^ Closure of the Casino to Murwillumbah rail service NSW Parliament November 2004
  3. ^ "North Coast timetable". NSW Trainlink. 7 September 2019.
  4. ^ "The New Timetable" Railway Digest March 1990 page 94

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