Canterbury railway station

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Canterbury railway station is a railway station on the Bankstown line and serves the Sydney suburb of Canterbury. Canterbury Park Racecourse is adjacent, and a branch line formerly led to sidings used on race-days (now demolished). It has three platforms, only two of which are now used. One of the platforms faces one of the two goods lines that pass through Canterbury- part of the Metropolitan Goods Line.

History

The station opened on 1 February 1895 as part of the Sydenham to Belmore railway line.[1]

Platforms and services

The station is served by two to four trains per hour each way, with additional trains during weekday peak hours.

Accessibility

The station has street access to both platforms via stairs. This does not allow for Easy Access for wheelchairs.

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