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Axedale Station detail.


Axedale Station Ground is entered from an unnamed road (now Taig Road) PCR Crossing into Cutting 48 on a 1 in 400 up grade. Considerable earthworks were undertaken within the ground which is exited 1C before the end of the cutting. The length of the ground is approximately 21C 30L (429.27m).

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Virtually unrecognisable Down end of Axedale Station Ground.

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A little further into the station ground.

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Further still.

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Approaching the Passenger Platform (left) and Goods loading ramp (right)


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Goods loading ramp with entrance from East end PCR near centre of image.

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Down end of Passenger Platform. Pity about the dead tree branch.

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Entrance from the East end PCR Crossing.

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Passenger Platform site. The concrete platform was provided for other purposes many years after line closure.


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General Carriage Dock area.

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There was a very early 1900s crusher at the top of the high bank - believed to have been operated by Brasier, Nelson and Reilly.

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Evidence of a high loading ramp.

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Towards the Up end of No.3 and No.4 Roads.


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Only the main line and No.2 Road at this point. There was a buffer stop at the end of No.2 Road on the right in the distance.

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Remnants of City of Bendigo crushed rock loading ramp.

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Stockyards location on the South side.

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Remains of cattle grid and PCR Crossing. Old cattle grid beam in the background


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