Casterton Railway Station, Casterton

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Casterton railway station was a railway station on the Casterton railway line in Victoria, Australia. The station was built by A. C. Findley, and opened in 1886. A mixed Passenger–goods train continued to operate on the Casterton Line until 1949 when the passenger service was withdrawn. On 15 March 1954, a rail–car service between Branxholme and Casterton was started on a basis of seeing whether it would be profitable or not. This service was cancelled on 31 July 1954. However, the station was never demolished, and following a period of restoration, now operates as a tourist attraction.
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  • This beautiful railway station dates from 1885 or so and is in what became known as the 'Casterton style.' It is fenced off on one side although one could walk along the platform with a bit of...  more »
  • Wandering here shows you how important the Railway was commercially. The buildings need a lot of TLC and vision - it will come.  more »
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