Upon opening of the line in 1922 Yannathan station was supplied with cattle and sheep yards, goods loading and storage facilities, gangers departmental residence, gangers tool shed, gangers headquarters and passenger facilities. even though Yannathan was the terminus station for 9 years it was never fitted with a turntable, which required trains to run tender first on Down runs.
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Coordinates: 38°13′41″S 145°38′23″E / 38.22806°S 145.63972°E / -38.22806; 145.63972
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