Valley Heights Railway Station

Valley Heights railway station is an urban railway station on the Blue Mountains Line of the CityRail interurban network, serving the suburb of Valley Heights in the Lower Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia.

The station has an island platform and is served by one train each way per hour in off-peak, with additional services during peak hours. A railway roundhouse and depot is now registered by the NSW Heritage Office and is maintained as the Valley Heights Locomotive Depot Heritage Museum.

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