The video shows track at the Platform which seems to indicate BG only at the station platform. Downside is the inability to get a BG grain into the loading terminal at Dunolly when you could prior to the works. This would enable a very direct route for trains between Dunolly terminal and the Geelong Grain loop on BG.
I reckon GrainCorp is a big enough player in the grain market, if they wanted or needed all the connections going under the grain loading hopper, it would be in operation, as I said in one of the other threads on this, depends on where the grain is going too.
And while I'm at it, it's been mentioned, that the line speed to Murrayville is slower than before conversion, again if this was a problem for GrainCorp, I'm sure something would be done about it, so if the line speed is fine for them, what is the problem on here with it. Yeah it would be nice to have a train barreling out to Murrayville at 80kph and big gun axle load, but for what, how many trains per year, especially in a year like this one...........