In 1911, Pinjarra became a junction station with the opening of the Pinjarra to Narrogin railway. Today this line is operated as a heritage railway by the Hotham Valley Railway, with its depot opposite Pinjarra station. In 1986, the station building was destroyed in a fire. A new building was erected in 2007 and today houses the Pinjarra Visitor Centre.
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- History of HVTR Hotham Valley Railway
- Pinjarra station construction heralds new era of rail in Peel Minister for the Environment, Climate Change & the Peel Region 24 January 2007
- Pinjarra Tourist Radio
- Australind Timetable Transwa
- Pinjarra Station History of Western Australian Railways & Stations gallery