Bargo railway station

Bargo Railway Station

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Bargo Railway Station is a station on the Southern Highlands line of the CityRail intercity network, serving the town of Bargo, New South Wales, Australia. The station opened on 13 July 1919 when the new alignment of the Main South Line opened, replacing a station at Balmoral on the old alignment. The station was initially called West Bargo, but was renamed on 1 November 1921.

The station has two platforms that serve the diesel railcars that use the line. The platforms are connected by an overhead footbridge, which is connected by ramps. The station has Easy Access for those with assistance from a friend or carer.

Platforms and services

The station has a reasonably infrequent service, with trains between Moss Vale and Sydney approximately every 1.5 to 2 hours, and only 3 trains on weekdays and 2 on weekends proceeding further to Goulburn. The trains to Goulburn only come in the early morning and in the evenings.

Transport links

Picton Buslines runs two routes to and from Bargo railway station:

Neighbouring stations

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