McIver railway station, Perth

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About McIver railway station, Perth

  • Transit Lines: Armadale railway line, Perth
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McIver Train Station is a Transperth train station 900 metres from Perth, in Western Australia, on the Armadale/Thornlie and Midland lines. The station was opened on 1 September 1989 and named after Ken McIver, a long serving steam engine driver and Labor member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly for Northam and Avon from 1968 until 1986. The station was purpose-built to provide access directly to Royal Perth Hospital. McIver Station is one of the two stations that service both the Midland and Armadale/Thornlie lines. The other station being Claisebrook. The current platforms are currently in use at McIver;

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