Parramatta Railway Station

Parramatta Railway Station is the main station in Sydney's satellite city of Parramatta. It serves the Parramatta central business district and the surrounding area. The station lies on the Western Line and Cumberland Line on Sydney's CityRail network. Parramatta station is also served by intercity trains on the Blue Mountains Line and CountryLink services operating between Sydney and Dubbo and Broken Hill.

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