Alexandra railway line
|Type||V/Line passenger service|
|Commenced||16 September 1890|
|Opened||1890 to Koriella|
1909 to Alexandra
|Closed||Closed in 1 stage|
8 November 1978
|Number of tracks||Single with Passing loops|
The Alexandra Line was a short branch line in Victoria, Australia that connected with the line to Mansfield at Cathkin. The station was originally called Alexandra Road and had a post office operating there from 14/5/1891 until it was renamed Alexandra Road PO c.1902.
The Alexandra Timber Tramway and Museum have occupied the station buildings since the 1970s and after the line was closed, run a museum dedicated to the timber industry in the local area.
|Alexandra railway line|
- VicSig Infrastructure Alexandra Line http://www.vicsig.net/infrastructure/line/Alexandra
- Sid Brown (March 1990). "Tracks Across the State". Newsrail. Australian Railway Historical Society (Victorian Division). pp. 71–76.
- [permanent dead link]
- Photographs of stations along the Alexandra line
- Alexandra Timber Tramway and Museum
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