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Argyle railway station

Argyle railway station

Argyle was a railway station on the Crookwell railway line, New South Wales, Australia. The station opened in 1902 with the opening of the line, and consisted of a 50 ft platform on the down side of the line.[1] It gained its name from Argyle in Scotland, and was located adjacent to the Goulburn Training Centre.[2]

In 1942 a loop siding was constructed, by 1969 both this and the platform had been demolished. North of the station lies the bridge over the Wollondilly River.


  1. Argyle station., accessed 21 August 2009.
  2. Scrymgeour, R. A History of the Goulburn- Crookwell Line. Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin. Vol 48, no 721. November 1997.
Preceding station Former Services Following station
towards Crookwell
Crookwell Line Goulburn

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