Most certainly is Loongana. Staff to YM-Mundrabilla.
The siding here consisted (off the main / loop) a triangle with a coal road, unloading road and lime road. I worked trains in and out of here in the early 2000's until the lime kiln was relocated to Parkeston. We ran several trains out there to pick up the remaining lime in late 2000 from memory. Since then the sidings have remained out of use and the minesite dismantled and removed.
Photos and RP are beyond my technical ability (debility) so open floor - 'first in best dressed'.
Just realised that it is nearly 20 years since I was at Loongana. The mine was still staffed by a caretaker and his wife (at least) at the time.
Interesting the odd things that one remembers - the 'unique' AQOY 2571 was at Loongana - 2571 started life as an AOOX but was cut down into a 75 foot container flat and reclassified as an AQOY.