The original station for Sandnes, Sandnes Station, was opened with the Jæren Line in 1878. Since a new station in the center of Sandnes was built, and the old station converted to a stop for only regional trains.
|Preceding station||Line||Following station|
|Jåttåvågen||Sørlandet Line||Sandnes Old|
|Preceding station||Regional trains||Following station|
|Preceding station||Local trains||Following station|
|Gausel||Jæren Commuter Rail||Sandnes|
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