North Australia Railway Remnants

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Remnants of the former North Australia Railway including: a section of the original 1889 railway corridor north to the Stuart Highway; the railway bridge; the railway reservoir, sluice gate and overflow; the ransomes and rapier water column; 25,000 gallon elevated water tank; ash pit; four lane railway yard and turning triangle; and the southern signal tower. The remnants also include the first section of the 1914-17 railway extension south to Emungalan; and the second section of the 1914-17 railway extension to Emungalan.

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Grove Hill Hotel sitting under mature trees. The new railway is to the right – off camera – but passes in front of the Hotel.

Grove Hill Hotel

Pine Creek, Victoria-Daly

Railway Bridge and boiler, looking north, the Stuart Highway is to the left of the image.

Fergusson River Railway Bridge and Boiler

Pine Creek, Victoria-Daly

Northern Signal Tower

North Australia Railway Remnants

Pine Creek, Victoria-Daly

Pine Creek Bakery

Pine Creek Bakery

Pine Creek, Victoria-Daly

Post from the Chinese Temple in a concrete foundation.

Brocks Creek Chinatown and Temple Site

Pine Creek, Victoria-Daly

Post Office & Repeater Station from Railway Terrace.

Pine Creek Post Office and Repeater Station

Pine Creek, Victoria-Daly

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