|Vineyard Railway Statiom|
Vineyard is a station on the Richmond line in the western suburbs of Sydney, Australia. It serves a sparsely populated area, and is the least-used station on the Richmond line. The station is unattended and its station-only facilities are a covered waiting area, emergency help point and portable platform boarding ramp. There is no ticket machine, so customers must purchase a ticket at their destination. On 20 November 2006, Railcorp announced plans to extend duplication along the Richmond line to Vineyard station. There were also long-term plans to link the now-defunct North Western railway line to join the Richmond line at Vineyard.
Platforms and servicesEdit
The station is served by two trains per hour each way, with additional trains during weekday peak hours.
North Shore, Northern and Western line
|All stations services to Richmond
All stations and limited stops services to Blacktown and Central; then on to the .