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The station is the closest to the downtown terminus at Britomart, and sits adjacent to Auckland Domain.
It features the 108-year-old Newmarket Station building which was moved on to the site.
In peak hours trains, from the Southern Line will stop at Parnell. Off-peak, Western Line trains will also stop there.
The development will eventually cost $19 million once a second stage with improved access is completed, and up to 2000 passengers are expected to use it during the morning rush hour.
An artist's impression of Parnell Station. Photo: Supplied / Auckland Transport
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