Mayne Yard North Construction

The Cross River Rail Delivery Authority is constructing new train stabling facilities, a train crew building and a graffiti removal facility at Mayne Yard North. The works are being delivered on behalf of Queensland Rail.

Mayne Yard North is an expansion of Queensland Rail’s existing Mayne Yard depot at Bowen Hills. The upgrade is identified in the Queensland Rail Stabling Program, as it is a key inner-city stabling solution to support network growth and operations.

The new train stabling facility at Mayne Yard North will be able to stable up to 17 trains. Mayne Yard North will also be used to stable, clean and maintain trains used on the South East Queensland rail network.

Mayne Yard North is expected to be commissioned in mid-2022. Enabling works will then take place at the existing Mayne Yard Depot, which are expected to be completed in 2024.

Current and upcoming activities

Map showing Mayne Yard North work area and construction access via Lanham Street, Bowen Hills and Grafton Street, Windsor.

Construction update Mayne Yard - December 2021

In November 2021, track construction continued within the new stabling facility in Mayne Yard North. This included the installation of services, overhead electrical lines, fencing, light poles, camera poles and crew platforms. In December 2021, works will continue on the construction of the new stabling facility, overpasses and crew facilities.

Map of Breakfast creek works occurring between Mayne Yard and the Albion train station.

Breakfast Creek rail bridge construction

During May 2021, the UNITY Alliance will start construction of a new rail bridge over Breakfast Creek approximately 400 metres south of Albion railway station. To allow for the bridge construction, a section of Breakfast Creek near Grafton Street, Windsor will be closed to recreational vessels between Monday 10 May 2021 until late July 2022.

view of the rail crossing over Breakfast Creek and looking towards Albion.

Construction update Albion station to Mayne Yard

During November 2020, the UNITY Alliance will continue work within the rail corridor between Roma Street station and the Queensland Rail Mayne Yard stabling facility for construction of the Cross River Rail project.

Construction update Mayne Yard access Grafton Street, Windsor

Construction update Mayne Yard access Grafton Street, Windsor

From October 2020, the UNITY Alliance will commence using Grafton Street, Windsor to access the rail corridor to continue construction within the northern area of Queensland Rail’s train stabling facilities at Mayne Yard as part of the Cross River Rail project.

image of the Roma Street site looking towards South Brisbane.

Construction update Roma Street to Mayne Yard

From October 2020, the UNITY Alliance will continue construction between Roma Street and Mayne Yard as part of the Cross River Rail project.

worksite at mayne yard

Works between Roma Street station and Mayne Yard (Bowen Hills)

During July 2020, the UNITY Alliance will continue work within the rail corridor between Roma Street station and the Queensland Rail Mayne Yard stabling facility for construction of the Cross River Rail project.

Works within the Mayne Yard precinct

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