Maldon Australia, Historical Railway Station

by Steven Sklifas
Maldon. Victoria. Australia.

The historical railway station is located in the remarkably well-preserved gold mining town of Maldon, in central Victoria, southern Australia.  Maldon was declared Australia’s First Notable Town in 1965 by the National Trust of Australia.

Opened in 1884, the historic railway station served a vital role in supporting the gold mining industry and the economic development of the town of Maldon and the district in general. It was closed 1976 and then reopened in the 1980’s and today the Victorian Goldfields Railway runs regular steam trains along the branch line from Maldon to Castlemaine.

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