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A large goods yard was added, along with an 18-metre turntable (1914), dairy siding (1921), weighbridge (1921), railway crew barracks (1924) and crane (1934).
Between 19, Bomaderry was the terminus of a direct limited-stops service to Sydney, known as the South Coast Daylight Express.
In 1887 the southern terminus of the South Coast Line reached "North Kiama Station" (now known as Bombo). Angus was awarded the contract to begin the extension south.
The NSW Government Railways intended for the line to eventually connect with the Sydney network in the north, and Jervis Bay or even Eden in the south. A major milestone in the work was completion of the 342-metre truss bridge over the Shoalhaven River in 1881.
From east to west these spaces comprise: men's toilet, ladies toilet, ladies waiting room, general waiting room, booking office, Station Master's room, parcels office, store, staff room and out-of-room.
The projecting semi-circular bay contains a public lobby and is the main entrance to the station and platform.