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 Victoria Park Station
Photograph: Victoria Park Train Station

The new $9.2 million Victoria Park Station was opened on August 2, 2008.

The station was built 230m south of the previous facility, in a similar ‘island platform’ style with access via a bridge, stairs, a lift and ramps.

Features of the new station include:

  • A station building - a roof structure over the platform, customer service booth, communications room, cleaner’s room and stairs to a footbridge;
  • A roofed footbridge linking Rutland and Kitchener Avenues to the station entry structures, as well as access ramps, stairs and a lift between the footbridge and platform; 
  • Passenger drop-off locations, vehicle circulation areas and footpath access; and 
  • Moving the audible pedestrian crossing on Kitchener Street to immediately north of Duncan Street.

Following the opening of the new station, the previous Victoria Park Station was decommissioned and removed.  

The new $9.2 million Victoria Park Station was opened on August 2, 2008.

The station was built 230m south of the previous facility, in a similar ‘island platform’ style with access via a bridge, stairs, a lift and ramps.

Features of the new station include:

  • A station building - a roof structure over the platform, customer service booth, communications room, cleaner’s room and stairs to a footbridge;
  • A roofed footbridge linking Rutland and Kitchener Avenues to the station entry structures, as well as access ramps, stairs and a lift between the footbridge and platform; 
  • Passenger drop-off locations, vehicle circulation areas and footpath access; and 
  • Moving the audible pedestrian crossing on Kitchener Street to immediately north of Duncan Street.

Following the opening of the new station, the previous Victoria Park Station was decommissioned and removed.