Yennora railway station
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|Distance from Central Station||27.44 km|
|Altitude (above sea level)||? m|
|Types of stopping trains||Suburban all stops|
|Number of platforms||2|
|Number of tracks||2|
|Platform arrangement||2 Side|
|Type of station||Ground|
Yennora is a railway station on Sydney Trains' Airport, Inner West & South Line and Cumberland Line. It serves an industrial area in the suburb of Yennora. The station was opened in 1927 as a private siding for a Mrs McCreadie.
The station has two side platforms with street access to both platforms, connected by a footbridge. It does not therefore qualify as having Easy Access for wheelchairs. Access to platforms from their respective exits is by a ramp.
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 to six 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 two to four trains per hour in each direction for most of the day.
During off-peak hours two to four train services terminate at Glenfield, those on the Airport, Inner West & South Line; and Cumberland Line trains operate only on weekdays, providing two train services continuing after Glenfield, stopping at all stations and terminating at Campbelltown. Passengers who would like to travel to stations beyond Glenfield would have to change at stations between Merrylands and Glenfield.  
|1||all stations and limited stops services to Central and the City Circle via Granville|
|all stations services to Schofields via Parramatta|
|2||all stations and limited stops services to Glenfield and Campbelltown via Liverpool|
|all stations services to Campbelltown|
NightRide runs one route via Yennora railway station:
- Route N60 - between Fairfield station and City (Town Hall)
|Preceding station||Sydney Trains||Following station|
Inner West & South Line
towards Circular Quay
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