St James railway station

City Circle line station on the edge of Hyde Park, which was a terminal station for 30 years until the completion of the City Circle with the opening of Circular Quay station in 1956. The station was first planned by JJC Bradfield in his 1915 plan for an electric underground railway loop in the city, but construction was delayed by World War I. Only two of its four tunnels have been used.

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Constructed
1922 - 1926
Opened
20 Dec 1926
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