Pendle Hill railway station

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Pendle Hill
Pendle Hill Railway Station 1.JPG
Eastbound view in December 2007
Location Wentworth Avenue, Pendle Hill
Coordinates 33°48′06″S 150°57′23″E / 33.80153333°S 150.9564389°E / -33.80153333; 150.9564389Coordinates: 33°48′06″S 150°57′23″E / 33.80153333°S 150.9564389°E / -33.80153333; 150.9564389
Owned by RailCorp
Operated by Sydney Trains
Line(s) Main Western
Distance 28.29 kilometres from Central
Platforms 4 (2 island)
Tracks 4
Connections Bus
Structure type Ground
Other information
Status Staffed
Station code PDH
Website Sydney Trains
Opened 12 April 1924
Rebuilt 1940s
Electrified Yes
Preceding station   Sydney Trains   Following station
towards Emu Plains or Richmond
Western Line
towards Central
towards Schofields
Cumberland Line
towards Campbelltown

Pendle Hill railway station is located on the Main Western line, serving the Sydney suburb of Pendle Hill. It is served by Sydney Trains T1 Western and T5 Cumberland line services.


Pendle Hill station opened on 12 April 1924.[1] The station was rebuilt in the 1940s when the Main Western line was quadrupled.[2]

In 2015, work is scheduled to commence on an upgrade to the station which will include a new footbridge, concourse and lifts.[3]

Platforms and services[edit]

Platform Line Stopping pattern Notes
services to Hornsby via Central & Chatswood [4]
services to Campbelltown [5]
services to Hornsby via Central & Chatswood infrequently used[4]
services to Campbelltown infrequently used[5]
services to Richmond & Emu Plains infrequently used[4]
services to Schofields infrequently used[5]
services to Richmond & Emu Plains [4]
services to Schofields [5]


  1. ^ Pendle Hill Station
  2. ^ Pendle Hill Railway Station Group NSW Environment & Heritage
  3. ^ Pendle Hill Station Upgrade Transport for NSW 1 May 2015
  4. ^ a b c d "T1: Western line timetable" (PDF). Sydney Trains. 20 October 2013 [amended January 2015]. 
  5. ^ a b c d "T5: Cumberland line timetable" (PDF). Sydney Trains. 20 October 2013 [amended January 2015]. 

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