Yantaringa railway station
|Operated by||State Transport Authority|
|Distance||41.0 kilometres from Adelaide|
Yantaringa station and siding opened sometime around 1883. The station, which takes its name from an aboriginal word for "big lookout", was located in the Adelaide Hills suburb of Verdun, and is a few hundred metres to the east of the Yantaringa Tunnel.
- "Habel Landing – Hamley Bridge". State Library of South Australia. 21 June 2006. Retrieved 22 August 2008.
- Callaghan WH. The overland railway. ARHS NSW, St James. 1992.
- Yantaringa (near Ambleside) – open as stopping place for rail motor, SA Railways weekly notices, 1925, week 16.
- Yantaringa (Bridgewater – Ambleside) – closed , SA Railways weekly notices, 1964, week 28.
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