Bairnsdale railway line, Victoria facts for kids
The Bairnsdale railway line is a regional railway in Victoria, Australia. It continues from the Pakenham metropolitan line. The part as far as Warragul used to be run with Melbourne electric trains, but only for a period during the 1990s. It has 24 stations.
List of stations
Bold stations are terminuses, italic stations are staffed at least part-time (this has been confirmed).
Continues from the Pakenham metropolitan line.
- Nar Nar Goon
- (Nilma, closed)
- (Darnum, closed)
- (Herne's Oak, unmanned crossing loop)
- (Flynn, Closed)
- (Kilmany, Closed)
- (Fulham, Closed)
- (Montgomery, Closed)
- (Stratford Junction, Closed)
- (Munro, Closed)
- (Fernbank, Closed)
- (Lindenow, Closed)
- (Hillside, Closed)
Branch lines went from Warragul to Noojee, Moe to Walhalla (a 2' 6" line), Thorpdale and Yallourn after the line from Hearne's Oak to Yallourn was closed to allow for a grater expansion of a brown coal mine, Morwell to Mirboo North, Traralgon to Stratford Junction via Maffra, which also included a branch line to Briagolong, and a short branch line from Bairnsdale to Bairnsdale Wharf, all of which have been closed.
As well, several timber tramways existed from many of the stations between Pakenham and Yarragon.
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