Tiaro railway station

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Tiaro
LocationRailway Street, Tiaro, Queensland
(access off Bruce Highway)
Coordinates 25°43′20″S152°34′54″E / 25.72222°S 152.58166°E / -25.72222; 152.58166 Coordinates: 25°43′20″S152°34′54″E / 25.72222°S 152.58166°E / -25.72222; 152.58166
Line(s) North Coast Line
Connectionsno connections
History
ClosedYes
Services
Preceding station Queensland Rail Following station
Gundiah
towards Brisbane
North Coast Line Owanyilla
towards Cairns

Tiaro Railway Station is a closed railway station on the North Coast railway line in Queensland, Australia. [1]

History

Tiaro's yard during construction, circa. 1887 StateLibQld 2 234332 Tiaro Railway Station on the Maryborough Railway line.jpg
Tiaro's yard during construction, circa. 1887

The station was built in 1877, two years before the line from Gympie to Maryborough was completed. It consisted of a station building and a platform, and two sidings running parallel to the main North Coast line. [2] [3] After the station closed, the building was moved to Mayne Street and restored as a tourist information centre. Some of the siding platforms still exist, however the station platform has been removed.

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References

  1. "Tiaro". Archived from the original on 1 December 2008. Retrieved 13 April 2020.
  2. "Bonzle: Tiaro Railway Station on the Maryborough Railway line". Maps.bonzle.com. 20 January 2009. Retrieved 20 June 2010.
  3. "Tiaro Shire". Queensland Places. Archived from the original on 11 March 2011. Retrieved 20 June 2010.