Greensborough railway station is located on the Hurstbridge line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the north-eastern Melbourne suburb of Greensborough opening on 5 June 1902.〔(Greensborough ) Vicsig〕 It was upgraded to a Premium station on 21 June 1996.
Because of the curvature of the line, northbound (Hurstbridge) bound services head south-east upon departing the station and likewise southbound (Flinders Street) bound services head north-west.
Just past the station, the double track becomes single for the remainder of the journey to Hurstbridge. Some peak hour services to and from Flinders Street terminate at Greensborough.
==Platforms & services==
Greensborough has one island platform with two faces. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Hurstbridge line services.〔(Hurstbridge Line timetable ) Public Transport Victoria〕 The direction of trains pass each other is unusual for Melbourne, with trains passing on the left. During peak periods, both platforms are used by trains travelling in either direction.
*Hurstbridge line: all stations services to Flinders Street
*Hurstbridge line: all stations services to Hurstbridge (peak-hours)
*Hurstbridge line: all stations services to Flinders Street (peak-hours)
*Hurstbridge line: all stations services to Hurstbridge
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