Stony Crossing railway line
The railway to Stony Crossing, New South Wales, was sanctioned as part of the Border Railways Act 1922. It was often referred to as the Gonn Crossing to Stony Crossing railway, although it originated at Kerang, Victoria and served Murrabit, before running into New South Wales at Gonn Crossing on the Murray River.
|Stony Crossing railway line|
|Locale||Victoria and New South Wales, Australia|
|Track gauge||1,600 mm (5 ft 3 in)|
The first section to Murrabit was opened in December 1924. The combined rail/road bridge at Gonn Crossing was opened on 1 July 1926, and the complete railway to Stony Crossing was opened on 16 March 1928.
On 20 April 1961, a steam locomotive had an accident on a small bridge between Kerang and Murrabit, and as a result services to between Kerang and Murrabit were suspended. The railway was closed on 20 December 1961.
- "NSW Railway Lines Other Than Standard Gauge". Nswrail.net. Retrieved 16 March 2013.
- McNicol, Steve & Woodland, Tony (2010). Bridging the Murray: A Study of the Rail Crossings. Railmac Publications. p. 27. ISBN 978-1-86477-076-6.
- "BORDER RAILWAYS". The Argus (Melbourne) (24, 454). Victoria, Australia. 22 December 1924. p. 18. Retrieved 12 July 2019 – via National Library of Australia.
- "Riverina Progress: New Railway Opened". The Argus. 17 March 1928. Retrieved 11 January 2016.