North Shore Railway Station

North Shore railway station is a station on the Melbourne - Geelong railway line, and is located in North Shore, a suburb of Geelong, Victoria, Australia. There are two broad gauge passenger tracks at the station, and trains can travel in either direction on either line.

In addition, the Western standard gauge line runs on the west side of the station. It is used by freight trains to and from Adelaide, and a short platform is provided at North Shore for The Overland passenger service from Melbourne to Adelaide.

A kilometre south of North Shore is a connection from the Melbourne - Geelong line to the Geelong - Ballarat line, which is used by freight trains.

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