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Well used photographic spot for many decades. First corner beyond Belair passing loop east bound.
Mount Lofty Railway Station is a railway station in South Australia, on the former Adelaide-Bridgewater railway line, located in the Adelaide Hills suburb of Stirling. The station opened in 1883 and it is located 31.0 km (19m41c) by rail from the Adelaide Railway Station. It is the highest railway station between Adelaide and Melbourne. The platforms are no longer in use. The station building and various outbuildings form part of the Mount Lofty Railway Station Accommodation.
The historic Mt Lofty Railway Station is a gunzel paradise that not only provides various photo locations but also is a B&B where you can sit back and watch trains run pass the old station all day. There are 2 platforms and an overhead foot bridge to photograph from. Accommodation at the station can cater for groups of 4, 8 or book out the whole station for large groups. More info on staying at Mt Lofty Station go to http://www.mlrs.com.au
Good views from the platform and from the Upper Sturt Road overbridge of trains in both directions.
Passenger Rail services operate from Warrnambool to Melbourne and Geelong.. V/Line passenger train services call at Warrnambool's two stations, Warrnambool in the city and Sherwood Park in the city's outer east, seven days a week. A daily container freight service is being run by Pacific National for local container handler Westvic
North end of the former Mile End loco depot.
Good views of down trains
A key part of Adelaide.
A typical crossing in Adelaide.
Keith is a small farming town in the south-east of South Australia. It is approximately 225 km from Adelaide at the junction of the Dukes Highway and the Riddoch Highway. It is sometimes referred to as the 'lucerne capital of Australia' due to the high number of lucerne growers in the region. At the 2006 census, Keith had a population of 1,089. then in 2011 census, Keith had a population of 1,320
Once a junction how a location with a yard and two trains per day. worth a visit.
Tight views due to tree growth of trains loading at the quarry.