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ⓘ Pleasant Plains station




Pleasant Plains station
                                     

ⓘ Pleasant Plains station

Located at Penton Street and Amboy Road, the station has two side platforms and orange canopies. Parts of the old northbound platforms are visible and can be viewed from either side at the north end of this station, wooden boards and concrete are evidence of this.

The only exit is in the North-Eastern end of each platform that leads to Amboy road via a 75 metre 23 m long corridor and steps.

                                     
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