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Port Frederick
Commuter/Inter-city station
Port Frederick Railway Station.jpg
Port Frederick Railway Station
Location13 Station Street
Port Frederick, ABNY
Coordinates-49°43'2.75"S, -141°45'14.33"W
Elevation8 metres (26 ft)
Owned byNew Ingerland Railways
Operated byTransport for Albanyshire
Platforms6 × terminating
Train operatorsTfA Rail, Sprint Rail
ConnectionsBus, Tram, Ferries
Architectural styleModern
Other information
Station codePFR
ClassificationClass 1
Opened12 April 1864
Passengers26,660 (daily) 

Port Frederick is a inter-city and commuter railway station located in the Foggy Bottom neighbourhood of the Port Frederick city centre. The station precinct is transport hub, as it serves as the terminus of both ferry and tram services.


The original permanent station building, opened in 1878.
Rail services came to Port Frederick with the opening of the temporary station in 1864. The building was small wooden structure, consisting of a ticket office, waiting room, ladies room, and separate huts for the men's lavatories and lamp room. The original station lasted for 14 years, but was considered grossly insufficient within a year of opening, and calls were soon made for a larger permanent building to be erected.

After years of lobbying by local leaders, the first permanent station building at Port Frederick was constructed on Quay Street in 1878 and first used in December of that year. It consisted of a central two storey building with single storey pavilions at either end. The ground floor housed a ticket office, waiting room, ladies room, parcels office, and a stationmaster's office with administrative offices on the first floor. The pavilions on each end of the main building housed the men's lavatories and porter's accommodation. This new station was designed according to plans drawn up by the Department of Public Works and Railways (MPW&R), with a layout typical of terminal stations of the time (although the terminal was unique in being two-storey), and forms one wing of the station as it exists today.



[PFR] Port Frederick station platforms
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