Cohuna railway line

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Cohuna
Overview
Type V/Line passenger service
Stations 10
Operation
Opened 1915
Completed 1915
Closed 1981
Number of tracks 1
Bendigo-Cohuna rail ticket 1979

The Cohuna Line is a closed railway line in the north of Victoria, Australia. Branching off the Bendigo-Deniliquin line at Elmore, it ran north-west to a final terminus at Cohuna.

History[edit]

The line was progressively opened between 1912 and 1915.[1]

Stations[edit]

Cohuna Railway Station 185 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Keely Railway Station 181 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Leitchville Railway Station 177 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Gunbower Railway Station 172 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Patho Railway Station 165 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Roslynmead 157 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Kotta 152 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Lockington 147 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

McColl 144 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Hunter 135 Miles

  • 1915 - 1 March 1981.

Elmore 128 Miles

  • 21 November 1873 – 9 November 2008.

station guide[edit]

Terminus: Elmore Station
Junction: Northern Line
Hunter Station
Warragamba Station (later renamed to Diggora West)
McColl Station
Lockington Station
Kotta Station
Roslynmead Station
Patho Station
Gunbower Station
Leitchville Station
Keely Station
Cohuna Station

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