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Wentworthville railway station

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Owned by  RailCorp
Connections  Bus
Opened  1883
Owner  RailCorp
Platforms in use  4 (2 island)
Operated by  Sydney Trains
Structure type  Ground
Line(s)  Main Western
Connection  Bus
Tracks  4
Wentworthville railway station
Location  The Kingsway, Wentworthville
Distance  26.64 kilometres from Central
Address  Wentworthville NSW 2145, Australia
Similar  Pendle Hill railway station, Toongabbie railway station, Westmead railway station, Marayong railway station, Merrylands railway station

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

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History

Wentworthville station opened in 1883 as TR Smiths Platform, being renamed Wentworthville on 1 August 1885. The station was rebuilt in the 1940s when the Main Western line was quadrupled.

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

Transport links

Hillsbus operate four routes via Wentworthville station:

  • 705: Parramatta station to Blacktown station via Pendle Hill, Seven Hills & Lalor Park
  • 708: Parramatta station to Constitution Hill via Pendle Hill
  • 711: Parramatta station to Blacktown station via Westmead Hospital, Seven Hills & Lalor Park
  • S8: to Constitution Hill
  • Transit Systems Sydney operates one route via Wentworthville station:

  • 818: Merrylands station to Westmead Hospital
  • Wentworthville station is served by two NightRide routes:

  • N70: Penrith station to City (Town Hall)
  • N71: Richmond station to City (Town Hall)
  • References

    Wentworthville railway station Wikipedia


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