Bordertown railway station facts for kids
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Eastbound view in October 2013
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Bordertown railway station is located on the Adelaide to Wolseley line in Bordertown.
The railway arrived in Bordertown on 22 September 1881 when the Kingston SE to Narracoorte line was extended north. It became a junction station in 1886 with the arrival of the Adelaide-Wolseley line with the station built in 1914.
The railway station was listed on the South Australian Heritage Register on 22 September 1994. The station is now closed.
The only passenger rail service which stops at the station is Journey Beyond's twice weekly Overland service operating between Adelaide and Melbourne.
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