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retromelb

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Where is it?

Well done AL, Malvern will do - it's actually closer to Caulfield station, but between the two (roughly where Balaclava Road meets).

Cheers Gauntlet! Next up...

Bayswater (looking west)

Valvegear has it with Huntingdale - the road that links North Road with Jordanville.

Cheers Lad!

Rode north to Jordanville.

Mooroolbark

The Melbourne University Map library has a scanned 1:1,920 MMBW plan from around the turn of the 20th century showing all of the features you mentioned:

https://digitised-collections.unimelb.edu.au ...

Good one!

Posted 05 Feb 2017 10:55 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

Yes! Seaford it is. Well done Alamein_Line.

There were several sidings at Seaford (all existing during the 1920's). Each end and side of the lines were represented:

[ul][li]Up/west - Substatio ...

We have a winner!  Well done Lad, Bell is correct and for the reason stated.  Over to you...

Posted 04 Feb 2017 11:42 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end). It no longer has any sidings or turnouts. The sand quarrying sidings were abo ...

...Product of 53 and 146 is overturned.

Product of 53 and 146 is underappreciated.

Does anyone have a calculator?

Posted 04 Feb 2017 09:45 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end). It no longer has any sidings or turnouts. By the mid 1960s only the down end ...

Cheers Valvegear - a train journey to Riversdale is often quite pleasant.  Next up...

Product of 53 and 146 is underappreciated.

Riversdale

Posted 26 Jan 2017 09:33 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end). It no longer has any sidings or turnouts. By the mid 1960s only the down end ...

Posted 25 Jan 2017 08:57 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end). [/b][b]It no longer has any sidings or turnouts. By the mid 1960s only the do ...

Posted 20 Jan 2017 08:29 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end).[/b]

[b]It no longer has any sidings or turnouts. By the mid 1960s only the ...

Well done OzzyAzza! Yarraville it is (rearrangement of "Any old VLine arranged" minus "Dandenong").

Here we go...

Any old VLine arranged without Dandenong being considered.

Posted 18 Jan 2017 19:28 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end).[/b]

[b]It no longer has any sidings. By the mid 1960s only the down end sid ...

I might put one up tomorrow if nobody beats me to it...

Posted 16 Jan 2017 22:39 in Melbourne suburban by retromelb

[b]A station that once had nearby sidings at both the up and the down ends, and at both sides of the lines (for each end).[/b]

[b]It no longer has any sidings. By the mid 1960s only the down end sid ...

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