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QUEENSCLIFF RAILWAY STATION

Location

20 SYMONDS STREET (AND WHARF STREET) QUEENSCLIFF, Queenscliffe Borough

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Victorian Heritage Register (VHR) Number

H1586

Heritage Overlay Number

HO56

Level of Significance

Registered

Extent of Registration

1. All of the buildings known as Queenscliff Railway Station, including the station building and associated platform (B1), yards shed (B2), toilet sheds (B3, B4, B5), water tower (B6), ... more

Statement of Significance

Queenscliff Railway Station was constructed for the Victorian Railways in 1881, by William Swanson and is located on the foreshore of Swan Bay, on the Geelong-Queenscliff line. It consists of a timber gable roofed station building with former residence. It features a large open waiting area designed to cater for holiday traffic, and distinctive barges that are also found on the posted gable roofed verandah. It includes various corrugated iron yard outbuildings, an adjoining ... more

Year Construction Started 1881
Heritage Act Categories Heritage place
Municipality QUEENSCLIFFE BOROUGH; QUEENSCLIFFE BOROUGH

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