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GEELONG RAILWAY STATION

Location

1 RAILWAY TERRACE GEELONG, Greater Geelong City

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Victorian Heritage Register (VHR) Number

H1604

Heritage Overlay Number

HO215

Level of Significance

Registered

Extent of Registration

1. All of the buildings marked as follows on Diagrams 1604a, 1604b, 1604c held by the Executive Director: B1 Station building associated platforms B2 Bluestone steps with lamp ... more

Statement of Significance

Geelong railway station was constructed in 1877 by Overend & Robb on the Melbourne-Geelong line for the Victorian Railways. It replaced the original station that was built in 1857. It comprises a large, predominantly two- storey, hip roofed, bi-chromatic brick complex with train hall. The central section of the station building with pavilions facing the roadway has been extended. It features cream bricks to the segmentally arched openings, corners, and cornice brackets and ... more

Year Construction Started 1877
Architectural Style Victorian Period (1851-1901) Italianate
Heritage Act Categories Heritage place
Municipality GREATER GEELONG CITY

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