Clematis railway station

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Clematis
Puffing Billy Railway Station
Coordinates 37°55′42″S 145°25′25″E / 37.92831°S 145.42354°E / -37.92831; 145.42354Coordinates: 37°55′42″S 145°25′25″E / 37.92831°S 145.42354°E / -37.92831; 145.42354
Line(s) Gembrook
Distance 49.77 km (30.93 mi) from Flinders Street
Platforms 1
Tracks 2
Other information
Status Unstaffed

Clematis Station is situated on the Puffing Billy Railway.

It was opened on 10 March 1902 as Paradise Valley. The name was shortened to Paradise in 1908 and renamed Clematis in 1921.

Trains rarely stop here, except by prior arrangement, often for groups travelling to the Paradise Hotel (behind the station). Clematis contains a small loop siding with a dead end spur, which are Staff operated.

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Preceding station   Puffing Billy Railway   Following station
towards Belgrave
Gembrook line
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