Bridgewater Railway Station, Adelaide
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Bridgewater railway station was a railway station located in the Adelaide Hills suburb of Bridgewater and was 37.2km or 23 miles, 32 chains away from Adelaide by rail. The station opened in the 1880s and was the terminus of the now defunct Bridgewater line. It consisted of three platforms. Platform 1 was a stand alone platform that was 140.2 metres long and Platforms 2 and 3 were an island platform both 170.7 metres long. In January 1980 a 2 set 2000/2100 class railcar terminated at Bridgewater for a test run before entering service in February of that year. The station building on the main platform was burned down by arsonists in 1983.
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- 21 Aug 2011
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