|Location||Princes Highway, North Geelong|
|Distance||69.98 kilometres from Southern Cross|
|Fare zone||Myki Zone 3/4 Overlap|
|Website||Public Transport Victoria|
|Opened||1 August 1883|
|Previous names||West Geelong|
North Geelong railway station is located on the Geelong line, in Victoria, Australia, serving the northern Geelong suburb of North Geelong. It opened as West Geelong on 1 August 1883, and was renamed North Geelong on 1 January 1886.
After a rearrangement of the Ballarat line junction in 1907, the platform on the west side was removed, and all trains used the one platform. A further reorganisation in 1920 saw the second platform restored.
In 1973, the Victoria Street level crossing, adjacent to the Down (southern) end of the station, was replaced by a road overpass and a pedestrian underpass. In 1976, both platforms were extended by over 60 metres, while the platforms and platform facings were renewed in 1979. The main station building on Platform 1 was replaced on 8 August 1990, and in 2008, the smaller building on Platform 2 was replaced by a metal shelter.
In January 2019, the North Geelong C signal box, then one of the few remaining mechanical signal boxes in Victoria, was abolished and a project begun to automatically signal the lines it formerly controlled.
Platforms & services
- Geelong line: V/Line services to Southern Cross
- Warrnambool line: Weekend V/Line services to Southern Cross
- Geelong line: V/Line services to Geelong, South Geelong, Marshall & Waurn Ponds
- Warrnambool line: 2 weekday evening & 2 weekend V/Line services to Warrnambool
- North Geelong Vicsig
- North Geelong Station Rail Geelong
- "North Geelong Signalling Diagram: March 1912". signaldiagramsandphotos.com. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
- "North Geelong Signalling Diagram: September 1934". signaldiagramsandphotos.com. Retrieved 28 March 2013.
- "Way and Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. May 1973. p. 92.
- "Works". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. August 1979. p. 174.
- "North Geelong C Signal Box". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society. 47 (3): 69. March 2019.
- Geelong - Melbourne timetable Public Transport Victoria
- Warrnambool - Melbourne via Colac Public Transport Victoria