Yagoona railway station
|Distance from Central Station||20.56 km|
|Altitude (above sea level)||? m|
|Types of stopping trains||Suburban all stops|
|Number of platforms||2|
|Number of tracks||2|
|Platform arrangement||1 Island|
|Type of station||Ground|
Yagoona is the next station west of Bankstown on the Sydney Trains Bankstown Line and is situated adjacent to the Hume Highway in Yagoona. The station opened in 1928 when the Bankstown railway line was extended from Bankstown to join the Main South at Regents Park, and the track was electrified in 1939. It has a simple island platform and does not retain its original station buildings.
The station platform is connected with the adjacent Hume Highway by stairs. The station does not have a lift, but tactile tiles on the platforms provide an aid for the sight impaired.
Platforms and services
As of the new Sydney Trains timetables on Sunday the 20th of October 2013: on weekdays the station is served by four trains per hour in each direction for most of the day, with additional trains provided during peak hours; and on weekends the station is served by four trains per hour in each direction for most of the day.
|1||all stations and limited stops services to Central and the City Circle via Bankstown and Sydenham|
|2||all stations and limited stops services to Lidcombe via Regents Park or Liverpool via Sefton|
Transdev NSW runs two routes via Yagoona railway station:
|Preceding station||Sydney Trains||Following station|
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- Brady, I. Sydney Electric Trains From 1926 to 1960. Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin, Vol 52, no 762. April 2001.