Goods facilities at the station remained open to November 1966, except for a private siding which has since closed.
A private siding also led into the adjoining timber yard.
By the 1930s a number of private sidings were opened off the line to serve adjacent industries.
A private siding called Hollins' Institute was added in 1883.
Until the late 1970s the factory had its own private siding, which gave access to milk trains.
It was connected to the railway line, with its own private sidings.
The greater use of existing private sidings and the introduction of new ones.
As part of the rehabilitation work a private siding was built at the Owens truck depot.
The station also had several private sidings serving oil companies and other industrial interests.
Goods traffic continued until 1 July 1964, although the private siding continued in use for some time.