Dunolly railway station
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Dunolly is a closed railway station on the Mildura line in the town of Dunolly, Victoria, Australia. The station was one of 35 closed to passenger traffic on 4 October 1981 as part of the New Deal timetable for country passengers. Today it is the junction for the lines towards Inglewood, Kulwin, and Robinvale. It also contains grain silos.
|Closed||4 October 1981 |
12 September 1993 (Vinelander)
The railway from Castlemaine, via Maryborough, reached Dunolly on 6 October 1874. A connection between Maryborough and Ballarat was made on 2 February 1875.
- Scott Martin and Chris Banger (October 2006). "'New Deal' for County Passengers - 25 years on". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society (Victorian Division). p. 319.
- The Centenary of the Opening of the Railways from Castlemaine to Dunolly and Ballarat to Maryborough Turton, Keith W. Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin, February, 1975 pp25-52
- Melway map at street-directory.com.au
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Maryborough||Mildura line||St Arnaud|
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