St James Railway Station is an underground commuter rail station, located at the northern end of Hyde Park in the Sydney central business district. It is named after the nearby St James’ Church and provides a direct link to the Sydney Airport international and domestic railway stations. During World War II the tunnels served as a public air raid shelter and housed operations bunkers by the No. 1 Fighter Sector RAAF. The station has been on the New South Wales Heritage Register since 1999.
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