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All Victorian railway lines mentioned can be found at Andrew Waugh's 1940 map of Victorian Railway's main and branch lines.
For NSW equivilants please check Rolf Bozier's nswrail.net where you'll also find some of my photos.
Looking towards Wodonga where the line now crosses
the Lincoln Causeway on a bridge.
28th March 2009.
24th May 2009.
Site of new Wodonga station (down direction).
Southern end of by-pass (down direction ).
Wodonga yard looking up from down end.
Coach arrangements until rail by-pass was completed.
The former fuel point /locomotive depot was still relatively unchanged.
Up standard gauge freight train passes the now abandoned Wodonga A Box.
and on towards Melbourne.
Note that the broad gauge track had been lifted.
Abandonded Wodonga A Box.
Note the 2 up departure home signals have been removed.
Wodonga yard from up end.
Number 1 road has now been lifted.
Interior of abandoned A Box.
Wodonga Yard from A Box stairs.
From down end of platform looking down towards Albury.
Once the standard gauge line was diverted the infamous High Street level crossing was no more.
Up side of Wodonga yard looking in down direction.
Standard Gauge track has been partially removed once by-pass was
The spur line to Mars Corporation has been removed.
Photo taken in up direction.
Everything stops here.
Up "Countrylink" at Melrose Drive level crossing Wodonga .
Former Broad Gauge terminus.
Note the buses ,on extreme right hand side, used to carry passengers to Seymour
whilst the broad gauge line was been converted to standard gauge.
9th August 2009.
Construction of the rail bridge over the Lincoln Causeway has begun.
One lane each way was closed to allow bridge construction.
Future, now current, Wodonga railway station site.
Upside of future Wodonga station site looking in Up direction.
Site of former Yackandandah station
Yackandandah was the location for the 2004 movie "Strange Bedfellows" which starred Paul Hogan and Michael Caton
and also the 1990's (?) movie "A Far Country" which starred Michael York and Sigrid Thornton.
Cass owns the copyrights to these photos and has allowed me to place them on this site.
Rushworth was the junction to the Colbinabbin and Girgarre branches.
Former Rushworth station in up direction.
Same view 1968.
An interesting photo taken by Cass showing
the sleeper imprints (after heavy rain) on former
Rushworth to Girgarre branch.
20th September 2009.
which is just over a kilometre from the Rail Hub and close to
the Table Top crossing loop.
Picture used from Google Earth.
The standard gauge branch from Wodonga Coal Sidings to Bandiana is now closed.
The Wodonga to Bandiana broad gauge branch closed in 1995.
28th SEPTEMBER 2009.
Wodonga Coal Sidings box could be switched in if required.
Melbourne to Sydney Countrylink Express @ Wodonga Coal Sidings.
Junction of now-closed Wodonga Coal Sidings branch to Bandiana (on left) and main line to Melbourne (on right).
Reverse view same location as above photo.
180 degrees from previous view.
Junction of former broad gauge (from Wodonga) and standard gauge (from Wodonga Coal Sidings).
Upside of Bandiana looking towards Wodonga.
Note the dual gauges and speed restriction sign.
Bandiana Yard in down direction.
Original track formation in up direction.Note the whistle board.
Down direction towards Cudgewa.
11th OCTOBER 2009
Northern end looking towards station.
and has been joined to the main line.
Former staff barracks where "foreign" crews stayed before returning trains to their own depots usually Melbourne , Junee , Goulburn or Sydney.
By 25th October 2009.
the Wodonga rail bypass was progressing well.
The bridge supports were being built on Lincoln Causeway.
Site of new Wodonga Station
Upside of future Wodonga Station site.
Wodonga end of bypass duplication
in up direction.
Robinvale terminus in up direction.
Whilst in Mildura
Steamrail Victoria Inc ran shuttles all day down toMerbein ,
returned to Mildura,
ran up to Irymple
then back to Mildura.
Similar view 1968.
Ararat Railway Museum
Belair looking in up direction.
The original broad gauge Up line has been converted to standard gauge.
If you're travelling on an Adelaide suburban train try to get a seat at the very front as you'll have a driver's eye view of the track ahead.
The station has been closed for many years.
The building is currently used by Radio Rhema 104.9FM
and it's literature division "On Track" Book Shop.
Left line to Millicent & Beachport
and right line to Penola and onto Bordertown.
Down freight train, with locomotives N 40 & N 15, about to pass the abandoned
Same freight train crossing the Up Countrylink Inter City Express
at Table Top Crossing Loop.
Table Top station was originally at this location.
21st of December 2009.
The Wodonga rail bypass
bridge girders have been placed
over the Lincoln Causeway.