High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Eastern Suburbs
Railway is a commuter railway line in Sydney constructed in the
1970s. It is operated by CityRail and has stations at Martin Place,
Kings Cross, Edgecliff and Bondi Junction. In addition, it has
dedicated platforms at Town Hall, Central and Redfern stations. All
of these stations are underground. The Eastern Suburbs railway
forms part of the Illawarra line and connects to the above ground
section at Erskineville. The line features turnbacks at Central,
Martin Place and Bondi Junction. It operates a service- every 3 to
5 minutes during peak hours, 10 minutes at other times and 15
minutes on weekends.
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