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LITTLE RIVER RAILWAY STATION AND GOODS YARD

Location

19-27 RIVER STREET LITTLE RIVER, WYNDHAM CITY

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Victorian Heritage Register (VHR) Number

H1572

Heritage Overlay Number

HO6

Level of Significance

Registered

Extent of Registration

1. All of the buildings known as the Little River Railway Station, including the station building and associated platforms (B1), lamp room/ toilet block (B2), the goods shed (B3), as ... more

Statement of Significance

The Little River Station and Goods Shed was built in 1864 by Samuel Amess on the Geelong-Melbourne line, for the Victorian Railways architects. It comprises a basalt station building, asymmetrically composed, with decorated bargeboard to the gables and a decorative timber platform verandah. Other structures include a basalt lamp room/toilet block and a rusticated goods shed featuring a trabeated decorative system, pedimented gables and rum through. Several features of note ... more

Year Construction Started 1864
Architectural Style Victorian Period (1851-1901) Picturesque Gothic
Heritage Act Categories Heritage place
Municipality WYNDHAM CITY

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