Glengarry railway station
It opened in 1883 with the construction of the line from Traralgon to Heyfield and was 167 km from Southern Cross station. The station was first named La Trobe but was renamed Glengarry shortly after opening.
A post office operated at the station from 1 January 1884. On 1 December 1884 the post office name was changed from La Trobe Railway Station Post office to Glengarry Post Office.
The station building and platform have been restored as an art and craft shop.
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