Lost Railway Stations of the Pyrenees
Max Jeffery & Brett Leslie
published by Landsborough & District Historical Group, Landsborough, Victoria
A detailed history of the Ararat to Avoca and Ben Nevis to Navarre railway lines and so much more – a look at the history of the now closed railway stations that served the pioneering communities in the area – including Avoca, Crowlands, Joel, Landsborough, Tulkara. Navarre, Dunneworthy, Ben Nevis, Eversley, Elmhurst and Amphitheatre – now just a fading memory. 232 pages including many previously unseen colour and black & white historical photos. A must for anyone interested in the history of the Pyrenees valley and the small communities that thrived here.
The book deals with the railway from Maryborough to Avoca and on to Ararat together with its stations. Also covered is the branch line from Ben Nevis to Navarre and its stations. A chapter is included dealing with tickets and a separate one dealing with recent events to the present day.
The book is of 232 pages and is soft bound with illustrated covers.(see photos). The size of the book is 219 mm (H) x 297 mm (W) and 14 mm thick.
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