|Williamsdene Central Station, 1960.|
|Elevation||15 metres (49 ft)|
|Owned by||New Ingerland Railways|
|Operated by||Beaufortshire Transport Board|
|Platforms||4 × terminating|
|Train operators||BTB Commuter, Sprint Rail|
|Bus operators||Williamsdene Buses|
Williamsdene Central is a transport interchange situated in the regional city of Williamsdene, New Ingerland. The interchange services as the terminus for all BTB Commuter services, as well as the North Coast and Williamsdene Sprint Rail services.
Williamsdene Central first opened as a railway station in 1932. A timber-built station located to the west of Beatrice Street served as the temporary station until the completion of the current brick and concrete building in 1938. Provision was made in the original design for two additional platforms, but even well in to the XXI century these have not been needed.
|WDE01||1||Limited stops. Booked passengers only||Port Frederick||Daily|
|Limited stops. Booked passengers only||Goodwood||Daily|
|Limited stops. Booked passengers only||Kingsbury Central||Mon, Wed, Fri|
|WDE02||2||All stations||Goodwood||Every 60 minutes weekdays, 120 minutes off-peak|
|All stations||Lyngford||Every 60 minutes weekdays, 120 minutes off-peak|
|WDE03||3||Limited, Express||Goodwood||3× Daily|
|Limited, Express||Lyngford||3× Daily|
|Limited, Express||Waihou||2× Daily|
|WDE04||4||All stations||Waihou||Every 60 minutes weekdays, 120 minutes off-peak|
BTB Commuter operate three services from the interchange; and the station is the busiest on the network. Commuter services operate from platforms 2-4.
Sprint Rail, the national rail passenger service, operate two services from the station; the daily North Coast Sprint, which continues on to Goodwood; and the three-day per week Williamsdene Sprint, which termintes at the interchange. All Sprint services run from platform 1 only.