The Inner Circle was a steam era suburban railway line, (later electrified), in Melbourne, Australia. It covered the inner-northern suburbs of Parkville, Carlton North, Fitzroy North, and Fitzroy. At its closure, it ran from Royal Park station on the Upfield line to the west, to a three-way intersection with Rushall and Merri stations on the modern Epping line to the east. There was also a branch line to Fitzroy that opened at the same time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Inner Circle railway line, Melbourne"
The Kew railway line is a former railway line in Melbourne, Australia. The line ran from Hawthorn to Kew. It opened in 1887 and closed in 1957 due to competition from trams. Besides Hawthorn Station there were two other stations on the line; Barker Station was located near the south-east corner of Barkers Road and Power Street, and Kew Station was located near the south-east corner of Wellington Street and Denmark Street. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kew railway line, Melbourne"
Also, One of Melbourne's central stations is currently being renovated/modernised: ...more on Wikipedia about "List of closed Melbourne railway stations"
This is a list of former regional railway stations in Victoria, Australia. Many of these stations are now abandoned or have been demolished. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of closed regional railway stations in Victoria"
The Outer Circle was a steam-era suburban railway line, in Melbourne, Australia. It covered much of the modern City of Boroondara, including the suburbs of (from north to south) Kew, Camberwell, Burwood, Ashburton, and Malvern East. At its longest stage, it ran from Fairfield station, on what is today the Hurstbridge line, to Oakleigh station, on the current Pakenham and Cranbourne lines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Outer Circle railway line, Melbourne"
Overseas Railroad (also known as Florida Overseas Railroad) was the extension of the Florida East Coast Railway to Key West, a city of almost 20,000 inhabitants located 128 miles beyond the end of the Florida peninsula. It operated from 1912 to 1935. ...more on Wikipedia about "Overseas Railroad"
The Rosstown Railway was built in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia in the late 19th century by William Murray Ross with the intention of transporting processed sugar from his sugar beet mill to the Melbourne ports. When the mill failed to begin production, the line fell into disrepair without being used and was eventually disassembled and the land sold to developers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rosstown Railway, Melbourne"
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The Warburton railway line steam-era railway line, in Melbourne, Australia. It branched from the Healesville line at the present terminus, Lilydale, extending into the Shire of Yarra Ranges. ...more on Wikipedia about "Warburton railway line, Melbourne"
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