Outer Harbor

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Largs Railway Station, Adelaide - Services
... Platform #1 Outer Harbor line - all stations services to Outer Harbor Platform #2 Outer Harbor line - all stations and limited stops services to Adelaide ...
Outer Harbor, South Australia - Other
... Some light general aviation aircraft preparing to land at Parafield Airport pass over or near Outer Harbor ...
Lefevre Peninsula
... It extends from the suburbs of Semaphore South and Ethelton in the south to North Haven, Outer Harbor and Pelican Point in the north ... has strong maritime associations due to its proximity to Port Adelaide, the Port River and Outer Harbor ... The Outer Harbor Railway Line runs through the peninsula from Ethelton to Outer Harbor ...
Port Dock Railway Station - History
... the Jervois Bridge before curving to join the current alignment of the Outer Harbor line into Glanville station ... over a new bridge across the Port River and joined the existing line to Semaphore and Outer Harbor at Glanville ... to/from Adelaide mostly continued through to Semaphore or Outer Harbor via the new line and Commercial Road became the Port’s main railway station ...
Peterhead Railway Station, Adelaide
... List of Railway Stations Train Services Outer Harbor Line Location Street Hargrave Street Tracy Street Suburb Exeter Birkenhead Distance from Adelaide 14.6 km Access by Level pedestrian crossing Frequency Hi-Fre ... opened in 1911, along with the Glanville to Outer Harbor extension ... As a result, a feeder bus was introduced to connect Outer Harbour to the train at Glanville and Ethelton, as well as allowing passengers to travel to Port Adelaide, Semaphore (which ...

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