Rosehill Station November 2012 Source Wikipadia Access to the cache can be made by crossing James Ruse Drive at the lights. Except for race days, you will find the place muggle free. Parking can be found opposite Rydges but take care leaving as the traffic lights do not work for you. Best to turn left.
About Rosehill Station
Rosehill Station opened on 17 November 1888. The station was relocated on 14 May 1959. On 5 January 2020 the Clyde to Carlingford line was closed to allow for the construction of the Parramatta Light Rail. Rosehill and Camelia stations will not be on this new line.
The Rosehill station lay at the end of a double track section from the Main Western line junction at Clyde. The station had two platforms, a four car platform on the Carlingford branch, and a 16 car platform on the Sandown line, which was used by Rosehill Gardens Racecourse trains on selected race days. In the early days of the colony, the hill behind old Government House had been named ‘Rose Hill’ by Governor Arthur Phillip, before the suburb had been named Parramatta.
The station was next to Rosehill Gardens Racecourse, one of four horse racing tracks in Sydney. The Golden Slipper race for two year old horses is held in March each year.
The station was quiet and had no permanent staff.
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The Rosehill Railway Station footbridge is of local significance as the earliest example of an overhead braced Warren truss footbridge constructed for the NSW Railways.
The footbridge was identified as an item of high heritage significance in the 2016 ‘Railway Footbridges Heritage Conservation Strategy’. The Rosehill Railway Station footbridge is an early and relatively rare example of an overhead braced Warren truss footbridge constructed for the NSW Railways. The bridge remains highly intact and is the earliest remaining structure at Rosehill Railway Station.
The footbridge is a steel riveted through Warren truss footbridge on steel trestles and channel iron stair stringers. An important feature of the bridge is the depth of the truss. Previous trusses were shallow so horizontal top bracing could not be used. At Rosehill the trusses are tall enough to have top bracing over peoples' heads. Office of Environment and Heritage.
Rosehill Station November 2012 Source Wikipadia