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Eaglehawk–Inglewood railway line

Eaglehawk - Inglewood railway line, Victoria
Eaglehawk - Inglewood line map
Line details
Opened 1876
Fate Freight only line
Tracks 1
Type Branch
Rail transport in Victoria

The Eaglehawk - Inglewood line is a freight only railway in northern Victoria, Australia. It links the Piangil line towards Swan Hill to the Robinvale and Kulwin lines. It was opened in 1876.[1]

Operations

The line operates using the Train Order Working system of safeworking. A crossing loop is provided at Bridgewater. The maximum speed limit is 50 km/h, with all mainline locomotives permitted, albeit with some speed restrictions.[2] The line was booked out of service in May 2007.[1]

Locations

Location Distance From Melbourne
Eaglehawk 170.106
Marong 181.048 km
Leichardt 188.788 km
Derby 195.397 km
Bridgewater 203.451 km
Inglewood 210.629 km

References

  1. ^ a b "VICSIG - Infrastructure - Line Data Eaglehawk - Inglewood line". vicsig.net. Retrieved 2008-04-27. 
  2. ^ "Eaglehawk to Inglewood" (PDF). V/Line ~ Network Access ~ Information Pack. www.vline.com.au. Retrieved 2008-04-27. 
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