Down - Derrinal to Knowsley Gallery
McIvor Road did not exist here until the line closed. The line continued straight ahead from what is now Derrinal Station Lane.
Burnt remains of cattle grid beams.
Looking South, Derrinal Station Lane to Old Bendigo Road.
Cutting from Derrinal Station towards Mt. Ida Creek.
Entering another cutting.
Cattle grid before the bank leaing to Mt. Ida Creek bridge.
Avenue of trees leading to the bridge.
Approaching Mt. Ida Creek bridge, October 4, 2016.
Mt. Ida Creek bridge. Originally a 26 x 15' timber bridge.
Replica Marker Post 77 and Derrinal-Crosbie Road PCR Crossing. This area has been raised 3m above the old line level.
Derrinal-Crosbie Road, looking south towards Old Bendigo Road and old Sportsmans' Arms Hotel site. Ordinarily, this would be under water.
Derrinal-Crosbie Road, looking towards the North.
Part of the curve before climbing an Up grade.
The line continued through the centre of the image.
The alignment of the Occupation Crossing leading to the old sheepyards on the South side of the line?.
This tree line seems to match the Occupation crossing alignment on the North side of the line.
Starting an Up grade into the cutting at the first "boulder" area.
Entering the second "boulder" area. The culvert was once a 3 x 11' bridge.
In the cutting leading to a left curve and bridge.
The bridge in the curve. It was once 7 x 11' openings.
Entering a cutting and lefthand curve.
Replica Marker Post 80.
From the top of the grade in the distance.
Heading towards Drummond Lane PCR Crossing.
Drummond Lane PCR Crossing.
The tree in the middle grew after the line closed.
A brick culvert on the other side of the cattle grid.
The brick culvert which was once a 3 x 7' openings bridge.
South end of the culvert.
North end of the culvert.
Crossing what was the main road to Bendigo, now Moorabbee Foreshore Road.
Cattle grid beams on the West side of the road.
On the straight towards Knowsley, running close and parallel to McIvor Highway.
Originally a 5 x 7' openings timber bridge.
Replica Marker Post 81.
Original bridge location image required here.
Another cattle grid.
Replica Marker Post 82 ahead.
Replica Marker Post 82.
Lefthand curve coming up.
Another cattle grid. Note the timber railway gate in the fence on the left.
The original bridge was originally 7 x 11' openings.
The line continued almost straight ahead, now private property.
The line of concrete posts on the right formed the wing fence for the crossing and mark part of the station yard boundary.
Very little obvious evidence of the crossing exists today.