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Berry is a CityRail railway station on the South Coast railway line. It serves the town of Berry. The station opened on 2 June 1893. The station has one side platform and a platformless crossing loop opposite the station which is not often used. It also has a siding at its southern end which is used to cross trains. This happens five times per day on weekdays. The station has Easy Access for wheelchairs.
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