Erica railway station
|Opened||3 May 1910|
|Closed||25 June 1954|
Erica was a railway station on the Walhalla narrow gauge line in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. The station was officially opened in 1910, became the terminus of the line on 4 October 1952 with the closure of the section of track to Platina, then closed finally on 25 June 1954.
From 1941 onwards, the station also had sidings for a Forest Commission timber mill.
Erica was originally named Upper Moondarra, but was renamed prior to 15 June 1908 to Moondarra, then to Harris (after a local member of parliament) prior to the line opening. In 1914 it was renamed Erica after a local mountain.
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