Happy belated birthday to Helensburgh Railway Station.
And it’s a biggie.
The station turned 100 on May 30.
Technically, Helensburgh has had a station since 1889, but the existing station opened in 1915 when the Illawarra Railway Line was duplicated and the new tunnels built between Waterfall and Otford.
The event was celebrated by the NSW Trains, who offered commuters scones and a cuppa, while they were entertained by the NSW Railway Brass Band.
Wonder if there was a letter from the Queen?