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Mittagong Railway Station is a station on the Southern Highlands
line of the CityRail intercity network, serving the large town of
Mittagong, New South Wales, Australia. The station opened on 1
March 1867. The station has two platforms that serve the diesel
railcars that use the line as well as CountryLink services between
Sydney, Canberra and Griffith. The platforms are connected by a
pedestrian overbridge. There is no Easy Access for wheelchairs. The
station is the junction for the old alignment of the Main South
Railway Line between here and Picton, and for the now lifted line
to the ghost town of Joadja.
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