Ghost Stations

Ghost Stations

Ghost StationsA Ghost Station is a disused railway station.

There are 66 Disused Railway Stations in Melbourne and Victoria.

A number of railway lines and stations which formed part of the greater Melbourne railway network have been closed over time, either in part or in full. The decision to close a railway station has historically been made by the department responsible for rail transport within the State Government of Victoria.

Most closed railway lines have been converted to other uses, such as rail trails or linear parkland. In addition, a number of closed railway stations have been converted for other uses, such as retail stores.

1. Albion & Darlington
2. Holden railway station
3. Cremorne railway station
4. Botanical Gardens railway station
5. Maidstone railway station, Melbourne
6. Salt Water River railway station
7. Rosstown Railway
8. Sugar Beet Mill
9. Richmond Park railway station
10. Fitzroy railway station
11. Fulham Grange railway station
12. Willsmere railway station
13. East Kew railway station
14. Waverley Road railway station
15. Pic Nic railway station
16. Deepdene railway station, Melbourne
17. Shenley railway station
18. Roystead railway station
19. North Carlton railway station
20. North Fitzroy railway station
21. Williamstown Racecourse railway station
22. Spring Vale Cemetery railway station
23. Balnarring railway station
24. Merricks railway station
25. Red Hill railway station
26. Campbellfield railway station
27. Barker railway station
28. Kew railway station, Melbourne
29. North Campbellfield
30. Mernda railway station
31. Yan Yean railway station
32. Whittlesea railway station
33. Somerton
34. Mont Park railway line
35. Mount Evelyn railway station
36. Wandin railway station
37. Seville railway station
38. Killara railway station
39. Woori Yallock railway station
40. Launching Place railway station
41. Yarra Junction railway station
42. Wesburn railway station
43. Millgrove railway station
44. Warburton railway station
45. Coldstream railway station
46. Yering railway station
47. Narambi railway station
48. Langwarrin railway station
49. White City railway station
50. Lyndhurst railway station
51. Mobiltown railway station
52. Paisley railway station
53. Galvin railway station
54. Williamstown Pier railway station
55. South Melbourne railway station
56. Albert Park railway station
57. Middle Park railway station
58. St Kilda railway station
59. Montague railway station
60. North Port railway station
61. Graham railway station
62. Port Melbourne railway station
63. APM Siding
64. Werribee Racecourse railway station
65. Princes Bridge railway station
66. General Motors railway station

Melbourne Ghost Stations




Ghost stations is the usual English translation for the German word Geisterbahnhöfe. This term was used to describe certain stations on Berlin's U-Bahn and S-Bahn metro networks that were closed during the period of Berlin's division during the Cold War. Since then, the term has come to be used to describe any disused station on an underground railway line, especially those actively passed through by passenger trains.

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