Colo Vale railway station, New South Wales

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Colo Vale
Colo Vale station.JPG
Coordinates 34°24′01″S 150°29′16″E / 34.4004°S 150.4878°E / -34.4004; 150.4878Coordinates: 34°24′01″S 150°29′16″E / 34.4004°S 150.4878°E / -34.4004; 150.4878
Line(s) Picton loop line
Main South
Platforms 1
Tracks 2
Other information
Status Closed, restored for preservation
History
Opened 1 May 1883
Closed 1978

Colo Vale is a former railway station which was located on the Picton – Mittagong loop railway line. It served the small town of Colo Vale, a Northern Village of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia.

History[edit]

The station opened on 1 May 1883 as Colemans Siding, and was renamed Colo Vale on 1 August 1885.[1] The station along with the Loop Line was closed in 1978.

The station is located on a crossing loop. It has been restored by the Colo Vale Community Association.

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Neighbouring Stations[edit]

Preceding station   Closed lines   Following station
towards Mittagong
Picton Loop Line
(closed)
towards Picton

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