Train line names. I am not liking some very much. There should be a good reason for changing what is very familiar to people.
Alamein - ok
Belgrave - ok
Craigieburn - not ok. Checking. Broadmeadows line. I would not have a clue where Cragieburn is, but I could drive to Broadmeadows easily enough. Cragieburn is three stations further on. Broadmeadows is much better.
Cranbourne - ok. A newish extension and sensibly named.
Show Grounds/Flemington Racecourse - ok, but better to use one name, Show Grounds.
Frankston - ok
Glen Waverley -ok
Lilydale - ok
Pakenham - ok, but I still think of it as the Dandenong line from when Dandenong was the suburban terminus. But that is just me because I am old.
Sandringham - ok
South Morang - not ok. It is the old Epping line. Neither name is notable or significant but people were used to the name Epping.
Stony Point - ok
Sunbury - An extension to the suburban system onwards from St Albans. The first extension went to Watergardens, which I thought was an absurd name to use. I actually approve of this name change to Sunbury. Every Melburnian will have an idea of where Sunbury is.
Upfield - ok, but it one I suggest could be changed to better reflect where it goes. Do you know anyone who lives in Upfield? People would have a good idea where Campbellfield is located, so perhaps that could be used, but I like Fawkner, familiar to many because of the cemetery.
Werribee - ok
Williamstown - ok
We step away from the suburbs for a moment.
Marshall. I now know the Geelong train sometimes continues on to South Geelong and then Marshall. But please, describing the train to Geelong as being a train to Marshall is ridiculous.