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Dawson railway station

Dawson
Station statistics
Line(s) Maffra
Platforms 1
Tracks 1
Other information
Station status Closed

Dawson is a closed station located in the locality of Dawson on the Maffra railway line in Victoria, Australia.

Opened in 1884, it was originally called Glenmaggie Railway Station, with the name changed to Dawson Railway Station about February 1888.

A post office operated at the station from 1884 until 1927, when it moved away.[1]

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