Former station on the narrow gauge railway line between Upper Ferntree Gully and Gembrook. The station site has been restored by Puffing Billy Railway but trains do not stop at Selby. Suitable photography for Lakside or Gembrook-bound trains.
One of the most photographed locations in Victoria, the Monbulk Creek trestle bridge carries Puffing Billy from out of Belgrave and towards Menzies Creek. There is limited car park beneath the bridge for those wishing to stop and take photos. It is best suited for trains heading towards Menzies Creek.
Views of trains in both directions
On the Gembrook side of Emerald station, good views are afforded of trains leaving Emerald for Gembrook.
Good views from the siding of trains in both directions.
Puffing Billy's Belgrave station and yard
A long and winding unsealed road takes you to a level crossing near the old station of Wright. A short walk up the path (approx 100m) takes you to the station itself. Locos work hard climbing this hill when heading towards Belgrave.
Enter from dykes road. Newcastle port area
Broadford is a railway station on the North East railway in the town of Broadford, Victoria, Australia. The station has two side platforms, with the main station building and signal box on the down (eastern) platform. The Melbourne bound platform has a small shelter, and the two platforms are linked by a pedestrian crossing at the Seymour end. (wikipedia)
On the Belgrave side of Menzies Creek, this location provides excellent views of trains rounding the curve in both directions.
Sitting alongside the Belgrave-Gembrook road, Fielder Station is a great spot to stop and watch the trains go by. Great photography during both morning and afternoon.