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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Carriage and working steam engine.

NABP 13 Passenger Carriage (Pine Creek Railway Precinct)

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

Grave site of George Alwynne Wilson (Died 11 June 1911).

Brocks Creek Cemetery

Pine Creek, Victoria Daly

Museum Pine Creek

National Trust Museum Pine Creek

Pine Creek, Victoria Daly

Tank stand at the former military detention barracks on the north side of the railway line.

Brocks Creek Township Railway Siding and Military Detention Barracks.

Pine Creek, Victoria Daly

Pine Creek Bakery

Pine Creek Bakery

Pine Creek, Victoria Daly

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