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Sky Rail Melbourne - Murrumbeena Station & Carnegie Station Day 1 - Australian Trainspotting

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Published on Jun 18, 2018

English - Skyrail Melbourne - Murrumbeena and Carnegie Stations day one operations as new Sky Rail Stations!

As a part of the Victorian Government's committment to remove 50 level crossings here in Melbourne, the Level Crossing Removal Authority opened a further 3 kilmetres of Skyrail on the Public Transport Victoria (PTV) and Metro Trains Melbourne Pakenham and Cranbourne Lines. This in turn removed a number of level crossings at ground level along this section of railway line.

This section of Skyrail includes the section between Caulfield and Oakleigh Stations. Skyrail Stations in this section include Carnegie, Murrumbeena and Hughesdale. As you will see in the presentation, the Sky Rail may have been completed and Carnegie and Murrumbeena Stations maybe open for business but there is still a lot of work to do before the stations are fully operational and accessible. At the moment a set of temporary stairs gives access to the stations, with lifts and escalators following in a few months. Hughesdale Station as you can see from the view at Murrumbeena Station is still under construction and will open at a later date.

Here is a presentation featuring day one operations of the new Skyrail section. Featured are Murrumbeena and Carnegie and a window view of Sky Rail between Carnegie and Caulfield.

Filmed 18th June 2018.

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