South via Granville Line

Set A36, Fairfield, 22 December 2017.

Year Opened:

Parramatta (now Granville)–Liverpool 1856; Liverpool–Campbelltown 1858; Campbelltown–Menangle 1862

 

Stations:

Central, Redfern, Newtown, Ashfield, Burwood, Strathfield, Homebush, Flemington, Lidcombe, Auburn, Clyde, Granville, Merrylands, Guildford, Yennora, Fairfield, Canley Vale, Cabramatta, Warwick Farm, Liverpool, Casula, Glenfield

 

Typical Journey Time:

63 minutes (Central–Glenfield via Granville)

 

Typical Peak Frequency:

7.5 minutes (Glenfield)

 

Typical Off-peak Frequency:

10 minutes (Glenfield)

 

Typical Weekend Frequency:

10 minutes (Glenfield)

The South line extends to the south-western suburbs of Sydney and is combined in timetables with the Inner West line and the Leppington line. Through the Central Business District services operate along the City Circle line. The South line via Granville is the original Main South line, and the line between Lidcombe and Cabramatta via Regents Park was opened later. It is double track from Granville. Most services on the South line operate from the city to Leppington via Granville. The Southern Sydney Freight Line is adjacent to the South line between Cabramatta and Macarthur. It is on the eastern side of the South line until between Casula and Glenfield, where it is carried by a flyover to the western side of the line.