Puhinui Railway Station
|Auckland Transport Urban rail|
The station in 2014, looking north.
|Owned by||Auckland Transport|
|Opened||29 June 1925|
|Passengers (2011)||676 passengers/weekday|
Puhinui Railway Station is a station of the Auckland rail network and is located near Papatoetoe, Auckland, New Zealand. Passenger services on the Eastern Line and Southern Line use the station. It has an island platform and an enclosed shelter relocated from Papatoetoe station. It is accessed from Puhinui Road from both sides of the tracks via a pedestrian bridge located at the site of a former level crossing (Puhinui Road itself now crosses on a bridge approximately 120m north of the pedestrian bridge).
The station was opened on 29 June 1925 for passengers. Goods services closed on 12 May 1958.
- 6 trains per hour (tph) to Britomart, consisting of:
- 3 tph via Glen Innes (Eastern Line)
- 3 tph via Penrose and Newmarket (Southern Line)
- 3 tph to Manukau
- 3 tph to Papakura, with 1 tph diesel train shuttle service Papakura-Pukekohe
- "Auckland Electrifcation Map" (PDF). KiwiRail. 28 April 2014. Retrieved 11 July 2014.
- Auckland Transport Board Meeting (20 November 2012) Agenda Item 10(i) "Rail Electrification Extension" p. 16
- Scoble, Juliet (2012). Names & Opening & Closing Dates of Railway Stations in New Zealand, 1863 to 2012. Wellington. p. 105.
- "Eastern Line timetable" (PDF). Auckland Transport. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
- "Southern Line timetable" (PDF). Auckland Transport. Retrieved 10 June 2016.
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