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Swan Line
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Route map
Overview
Transit type Rapid transit
System Wentworth Metro
Status Operational
Termini Harbourfront
Melvin Hills
Stations 10
Services 1
Daily ridership TBA
Operation
Opened 14 May 1955
Owner Transport for Wentworth
Operator(s) Wentworth Metro
Character Underground
Depot(s) Bayswater
Rollingstock Siemens 1
Kawasaki 3
Technical
Line length 4.3 km
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8½ in)
standard gauge
Electrification DC 1500 V third rail

The Swan Line (/swɒn/ swon) is a northwest-southeast rapid transit line of the Wentworth Metro network. It connects the northern suburbs and the Borough of Bayswater with the Wentworth central business district. The line is named after the Swan River, as it follows the river's course for a majority of its route.

The line is coloured blue on system maps.

History

Opening history

Segment Opened Length Stations Name
Bayswater – Wharton Pavilion[1] 14 May 1955 6 Initial section
Chinatown 8 August 1958 1 Infill station
Bayswater – Harbourfront 15 June 1972 2 Southern Extension
Wharton Pavilion – Melvin Hills 17 January 1983 1 Northern Extension Phase 1

Stations

Name Code Distance
km
Opened Interchange Borough
Harbourfront – Melvin Hills
Harbourfront HFN 0.00 1972 3 Bayswater
Gunnamatta GMA 0.52 0.52 1972
Bayswater BTR 0.68 1.20 1955
Banksia BKA 0.58 1.78 1955 3
Pitt Street PST 0.69 2.47 1955 Wentworth City
Riverside RVS 0.60 3.07 1955 1
Chinatown CTN 0.82 3.89 1958 45
Jing'an Temple JAT 0.43 4.32 1955 3
Wharton Pavilion WTP 1955 Jing'an
Melvin Hills MVH 1983

References

  1. Opened as Melvin Hills.