Rushworth railway line

The Rushworth line was a short branch line used predominantly for grain traffic which branched off the Goulbourn Valley Line at Murchison East with trains having to reverse when travelling from Melbourne to Colbinabbin. The line like many others closed in the late 1980s.[2]

Rushworth railway line[1]
at Murchison East Station
Murchison
Hammond
Waranga
Rushworth
Girgarre line
Erwen
Wanalta
Colbinabbin

Rushworth
Overview
TypeV/Line passenger service
StatusClosed
Former connectionsStanhope line at Rushworth
Stations7
Operation
Commenced1 September 1890[1]
Opened1 September 1890
Completed26 August 1914
Closed12 October 1987
Technical
Line length39.288 km (24.412 mi)
Number of tracksSingle track
Route map
Victorian-rail-map-2007.png

References

  1. "Infrastructure - Line Data Colbinabbin Line". Retrieved 3 June 2013.
  2. "Colbinabbin Line". Retrieved 3 June 2013.
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