Clyde Railway Station

Clyde railway station is a station on the Cityrail network. Its main reason for existence is as a junction for the Carlingford line. The station is very close to Granville station, which has a more frequent train service. Clyde Station has an almost identical design to Granville station.

Read more about Clyde Railway Station:  History, Platforms and Services, Transport Connections, Gallery, Neighbouring Stations

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