This station is one of a few bluestone railway stations on this line, neglected and not well maintained (Carlsruhe, Taradale and Harcourt come to mind). The active part of the station is more of a shed across the line from the historic part
A very intriguing story as to the downfall of this station, but it will be a nice example of a Victorian bluestone station once the local community gets their hands on it again. Train can only stop on the far side in its current state.
Glad to see this wonderful old railway station still operational in part. Buildings are historic gems and well worth preserving and being used. Too much of early Australian history has all too frequently been left to rack and ruin. Also take a look at the...更多
Beautiful old station apparently will be for sale soon. The locals are not happy about this. If you want to see the viaduct you can see it from this road and better from the next. The station hasn't been manned for a while but is...更多
Malmsbury grew up as an overnight stop on the gold rush route between Melbourne and Castlemaine's goldfields. It sits on the Coliban River which is crossed by a magnificent railway viaduct, the largest in Victoria when it was built in 1862. Just 500m further on,...更多