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Warburton railway station

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Warburton railway station

Warburton railway station was an outer suburban station in Melbourne, Australia. It opened on 13 November 1901 as the terminus of the Warburton line, and closed with the line on 1 August 1965. The site is now the conclusion of the Lilydale – Warburton walking trail, which follows the line of the old railway.

The track after Warburton station extended a short distance along the "La La extension" which was opened on 3 May 1909, later closing with the line in 1965.

View towards Warburton station in 1920

External links

  • Photo of the station and rail siding, post-1920
  • Photo of train entering Warburton, circa 1910
  • Photo of the station, circa 1910
  • Photo of the station and goods yard, circa 1910
  • Photo of the station shortly before closing, 26 November 1964
  • Photo of the goods shed shortly before closing, 26 November 1964
  • The Official website Visit Warburton - Warburton Valley Community and Economic Development Association (CEDA)

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