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Cohuna railway line

Cohuna railway line, Victoria
Line details
Opened 1915
Completed 1915
Closed 1981
Stations 10
Tracks 1
Rail transport in Victoria
Bendigo-Cohuna rail ticket 1979

The Cohuna Line is a closed railway line in the north of Victoria, Australia. Branching off the Bendigo-Deniliquin line at Elmore, it ran north-west to a final terminus at Cohuna.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Stations 2
    • station guide 2.1
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The line was progressively opened between 1912 and 1915.[1]

Stations

Cohuna Railway Station 185 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Keely Railway Station 181 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Leitchville Railway Station 177 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Gunbower Railway Station 172 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Patho Railway Station 165 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Roslynmead 157 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Kotta 152 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Lockington 147 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

McColl 144 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Hunter 135 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Elmore 128 Miles

  • 21 November 1873 – 9 November 2008.

station guide

Terminus: Elmore Station
Junction: Northern Line
Hunter Station
Warragamba Station (later renamed to Diggora West)
McColl Station
Lockington Station
Kotta Station
Roslynmead Station
Patho Station
Gunbower Station
Leitchville Station
Keely Station
Cohuna Station

References

  1. ^ http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/vic/hist_act/etcrca1912413/

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