Greenlane Railway Station

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Not to be confused with Green Lane railway station.
Auckland Transport Urban rail
Greenlane Train Station New Zealand.jpg
The station in 2008, looking south.
Location Greenlane, Auckland
Coordinates 36°53′23″S 174°47′51″E / 36.889635°S 174.797459°E / -36.889635; 174.797459
Owned by ONTRACK and ARTA
Line(s) Southern Line, Onehunga Line
Platforms Island platform
Tracks Mainline (2)
Platform levels 1
Parking No
Bicycle facilities No
Electrified 25kV AC[1]
Passengers (2009) 517 passengers/day
Preceding station   Auckland Transport (Transdev)   Following station
toward Britomart
Southern Line
toward Papakura
Onehunga Line
(evenings and weekends only)
toward Onehunga

Greenlane Railway Station serves the Southern Line and Onehunga Line of the Auckland railway network. It has an island platform and is reached via a ramp from Green Lane East.

It is the nearest station to Ellerslie Racecourse and Greenlane Hospital and showgrounds. The station is served by bus route 007, which runs from St Heliers to Point Chevalier via Glen Innes and St Lukes. Early in the morning of 2 December 2007 a suspicious fire destroyed a derelict shed adjacent to the station - contrary to media reports at the time, it was not the station's goods shed.[2][3]


Transdev Auckland, on behalf of Auckland Transport, operates suburban services on the Southern Line and Onehunga Line. Since March 2017, Onehunga Line services only stop at Remuera during evenings and weekends; on weekdays only Southern Line services call at the station. The typical weekday off-peak timetable is:[4]

  • 3 tph to Britomart
  • 3 tph to Papakura

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Auckland Electrifcation Map" (PDF). KiwiRail. 28 April 2014. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Greenlane Railway station damaged by fire". The New Zealand Herald. 2 December 2007. Retrieved 2 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Greenlane Railway Station Building Burns Down", TV 3 (2 December 2007), accessed 3 November 2007.
  4. ^ "Southern Line timetable" (PDF). Auckland Transport. Retrieved 10 June 2016.