Keon Park railway station is located on the South Morang line in Victoria, Australia. It serves the north-eastern Melbourne suburb of Thomastown, and opened on 16 December 1929 as Keonpark. It was renamed Keon Park in February 1972.The station opened at the same time as the extension of suburban services and electrification from Reservoir to Thomastown. In November 1959, the line from Reservoir was duplicated, in conjunction with the extension of suburban services to Lalor. However, the duplicated line converged at the Up end of the Keon Parade level crossing, and it wasn't until 1988, that the current Platform 2 was provided. The crossover, located at the Up end of the station, past the level crossing, was also provided around this time. It remained the northern extremity for the double line until November 2011, when the line from Keon Park to Epping was duplicated.The current station building was provided in 1983, replacing an older wooden building.Platforms & servicesKeon Park has one island platform with two faces. It is serviced by Metro Trains' South Morang line services.