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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.
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A down freight at Mittagong in the
Nature has taken over at Wodonga.
Compare these pictures with
those from 2007 and 2009.
Down "Economy Class"
on upside of
Wodonga near Kelly Street.
The future Wodonga Railway Station is starting to take shape.
It will have a large carpark with room for buses to manouvre.
This view taken in down direction.
14th of March.
The rail is being laid and construction has started
on new railway station and
carpark is starting to take shape.
Bridge over Lincoln Causeway.
Wodonga cross-over which will allow trains
to change from East Line (current S G line on right )
to West Line (previous BG line) and vice versa.
Photo taken in down direction.
After 3 weeks both lines
had been laid.
Upside of new Wodonga Station
in up direction.
Number 2 road at Wodonga
Standard Gauge loop ,
as well as the remainder of the
former broad gauge, has been removed.
New rail bypass is on right.
This is an up view.
Down direction with bypass on left and site of
Wodonga Standard Gauge Loop on right.
A small section of number 2 road is extant.
Former Cudgewa line
in up direction @ Wodonga.
Wodonga level crossing.
The former rail line location is on right of picture
just left of "Hovell Street" sign.
Former Wodonga to Cudgewa branch between
Bandiana and Bonegilla.
Similar view 1972.
Wodonga Station advisory sign.
The new station is coming
along in leaps and bounds.
Signals have now been illuminated.
This view in down direction
near Murray River bridge.
A down suburban electric arriving at
Milson's Point on Sydney's
North Shore Line as the sun begins to set.
whilst a St James and beyond approaches on Platform 2.
Melbourne bound "Countrylink" InterCapital Express
@ High Street crossing Wodonga.
This section of track is now disused
since the Wodonga Rail By Pass has been completed.
An up standard gauge freight
High Street Wodonga
18th July 2010.
The last train for this section ran on Friday 23rd of July 2010
and the first train ran via the Rail Bypass later the same day.
(Note the remnants of the broad gauge line on left.)
The old Wodonga Station has been cleaned up.
Senserva P/L are checking the former station land
for contamination such as oil , diesel etc
before the land can be re-used.
The new Wodonga Station
appears to be at lock up stage.
18th July 2010.
2nd August 2010.
"Last" Countrylink to terminate at Albury.
Through running re-commenced the next day
it was then stopped again until early
due to the unsafe condition of of the track.
Freight trains continued to use the line but not passenger trains.
Remnants of up end of former
Wodonga crossing loop in foreground
with East and West lines.
The Home Signals protect the down end of
the crossover for Melbourne bound trains.
Location of former Wodonga
with new rail bypass
looking in down direction.
Part of former crossing loop (number 1 road)
can be seen in the background
near the Hume Freeway bridge.
The new Wodonga rail station has been completed
but won't have trains stopping there until sometime in 2011.
Looking in down direction
(note the down repeater signal at rear of train)
and up direction.
Upside of Cabramatta with Central via Granville to left and, to right,Central via Sefton Berala and Lidcombe plus Central via Sefton and Bankstown.
15th of November
and down direction.
and Up direction with Narrandera
and beyond branch to left and,
on right, Main Line to Sydney.
Upside of Wodonga as a rail-replacement train
prepares to diverge from West to East line.