Clyde railway station is located on the Main Suburban line, serving the Sydney suburb of Clyde. It is served by Sydney Trains T1T2 and T6 services.,

History Edit

Clyde station opened in 1882 as Rosehill Junction. It was renamed Clyde on 19 August 1883, Clyde Junction on 1 August 1901, and back to Clyde in April 1904. The station was rebuilt in 1959.

On 17 November 1888, Clyde became a junction station with the opening of the Carlingford line to Rosehill.

Platforms & services Edit

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
1 T6 terminating services to & from Carlingford
2 T1 services to Hornsby via Central & Chatswood mainly used during weekday peak hours[4]
3 T1 services to Richmond & Emu Plains mainly used during weekday peak hours[5]
T6 special event services to Rosehill Racecourse
4 T1 services to Hornsby via Central & Chatswood
5 T1 services to Richmond & Emu Plains
T2 Services to Leppington & Campbelltown early morning only.[6] City Circle to Campbelltown services stop here when Rosehill races are running to allow customers to connect to connecting special event services.
6 N/A Not in passenger use, fenced off used as a headshunt for Auburn stabling yard

Transport links Edit

Clyde station is served by two NightRide routes:

  • N60: Fairfield station to City (Town Hall)
  • N61: Carlingford station to City (Town Hall)

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