Queensland Railway’s Tweed
Heads Station was located on the southern side of Bay Street. It was located
on the southern side of the Coolangatta Station yard with the State Border
[Boundary / Dixon Streets] dividing the two yards. Locomotives for Tweed
Heads turned on the Coolangatta triangle, the north eastern leg of which is
seen near the Griffith and Dixon Street intersection. The far end of this
track was a stock siding. The stock sidings were to the north of the Tweed
Heads Public School located in Stuart Street.
The Coolangatta Railway
Station was located on the Griffith Street side of the present day Chalk
Street. Griffith Street was widened when the train line was removed, with
the shops on the southern side moving backwards onto what was previously
railway land. Chalk Street is the approximate location of the tracks.
Coolangatta Police Station
is located on the eastern end of the train cutting between Coolangatta and