I didn't have time earlier to go hunting for the details of the inquest, but the deceased was James Holland, and the inquest was held at Aitken's Gap in 1860. I don't have the VPRS number because someone else looked it up and didn't pass on the VPRS number, but that would enable you to find it.
Looking at the map, we reckon that the station must have been roughly at the end of Duncan's Lane rather than at Holden Road - and this was near the Caroline Chisholm Shelter Shed which was near the intersection of Duncan's Lane and the road to Mount Alexander.
I know of another death near there, a navvy fell to his death down a cutting which was said to be near the Shelter Shed. It would have been in 1859. I don't recall the name now, and I'm not sure if I can find my notes quickly, but I think the inquest might have been held at Keilor, and I'd thought initially that they might have been referring to the Keilor Shelter Shed, but the railway line doesn't go near it, so it must have been up at Holden. We looked at that one a good while ago which is why my memory of it is a bit dim. If you are interested I'll see if I can't dredge that one up as well, if you like.
Your earlier reply was very helpful, because without it we would have put the incident down near Holden Road, which it looks like it was not. I'd still like to find a map, but we'll see how we go.