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Seymour V/Line rail service

Seymour Line
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A Sprinter DMU stops at Wallan returning to Melbourne on a Seymour line service
Service type Passenger service
Status Operating
Locale Victoria, Australia
Current operator(s) V/Line
Former operator(s) Victorian Railways
Annual ridership 1.50 million (2016–17)[1]
Website V/Line Seymour on Twitter
Start Southern Cross railway station, Melbourne
Stops 12
End Seymour railway station
Distance travelled 99 km (62 mi)[2]
Line(s) used North East
On-board services
Class(es) Economy
Rolling stock
Track gauge 1,600 mm (5 ft 3 in)
Operating speed 130 km/h (81 mph) maximum[4]
Track owner(s) VicTrack

The Seymour Line is a regional passenger rail service operated by V/Line in Victoria, Australia. It serves passengers between state capital Melbourne and the regional city of Seymour, along with a number of smaller communities in between.


V/Line operates hourly passenger services to Melbourne, with Sprinter and VLocity railcars used on quieter services, as well as locomotive hauled H type carriages during peak times. Beyond Seymour thrice daily passenger trains run as the Albury Line and the Shepparton Line. Services run by Metro Trains Melbourne also operate as far as Craigieburn station as the Craigieburn Line.

Bold stations are termini, italic stations are staffed at least part-time.

Seymour Line
0 km
Southern Cross (SSS)
Zone 1
1.7 km
North Melbourne (NME)
Zone 1
8 km
Essendon (ESD)
Zone 1
16.9 km
Broadmeadows (BMS)
Zone 2
25.8 km
Craigieburn (CGB)
Zone 2
33.21 km
Donnybrook (DBK)
Zone 2
47.49 km
Wallan (WAN)
Zone 2
55.40 km
Heathcote Junction (HCJ)
Zone 2
57.29 km
Wandong (WDG)
Zone 2
65.48 km
Kilmore East (KME)
Zone 3
77.16 km
Broadford (BRF)
Zone 4
92.20 km
Tallarook (TOK)
Zone 5
101.69 km
Seymour (SEY)
Zone 6
Shepparton and Albury Lines


  1. ^ Annual Report 2016-17. V/Line Corporation. June 2017. p. 14. Retrieved 1 February 2018. 
  2. ^ "Train Operating Data: Cragieburn to Seymour". Network service plan. V/Line Corporation. 22 August 2017. p. 3. Retrieved 1 February 2018. 
  3. ^ "Passenger Schedules: Goulburn Valley Up". Network service plan. V/Line Corporation. 10 December 2017. Retrieved 1 February 2018. 
  4. ^ "Train Operating Data: Cragieburn to Seymour". Network service plan. V/Line Corporation. 22 August 2017. p. 1. Retrieved 1 February 2018. 

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