A railway station on the Blacktown-Richmond line which opened in 1864 and was moved to its present site in 1889, the platform was once situated in the middle of W. Aspinall’s 30 acre grant (portion 37, Parish of St Matthew, County of Cumberland), which was marked for subdivision on the 1889 edition of the parish map. Facilities at the station once included a goods shed, cattle race and loading ramp but now only a platform for passenger trains to and from Sydney remains.
Return of tonnage forwarded to Sydney for the week ending 19 January 1901, numbers of trucks, bags and weight.
A railway station on the Sydney to Richmond line about 53 rail km north west from Sydney.
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