Moreland railway station, MelbourneEdit profile
Moreland is a railway station in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia located in the suburb of Coburg, on the Upfield railway line. Moreland is unmanned and is in Metcard Zone 1.
Moreland is located at the northern end of the Moreland Road level crossing, with station access from Moreland Road, Station and Cameron Streets.
The station consists of two side platforms; Platform 1 has a large red brick building, while platform 2 has a smaller brick building. A large Metcard ticket vending machine is located at the entrance to platform 1, which is able to dispense most ticketing options available and also accept notes and coins. A coin-only Metcard ticket vending machine is located at the entrance to platform 2. Myki ticket vending machines are also located at the entrances to platform 1 and platform 2.
A footbridge is located at the Upfield end of the station, whilst a disused signal box is located at the Flinders Street end of platform 2.
Moreland station opened on 9 September 1884. Manually controlled boom barriers replaced interlocked gates on Moreland Road in 1986.
Platforms, services and connecting services
- Upfield line - all stations services to Flinders Street.
- Upfield line - all stations services to Upfield.
- 510 Essendon – Ivanhoe via Brunswick West, Moreland Station, Thornbury, Fairfield, Ivanhoe Station.
- 956 City (Crown Casino) - Epping (NightRider service).
- Tram route 8 Moreland Station - Toorak via Moreland Road, Lygon Street, Swanston Street, St Kilda Road, Domain Road, Toorak Road.
- Tram route 19 City (Elizabeth & Flinders Streets) - North Coburg via Elizabeth Street, Royal Parade, Sydney Road.
Entrance to platform 1.