Conservation works were completed in December 2015 as part of the VicTrack 2014/15 Heritage Program at four heritage listed Railway Stations in the Mallee region: Kaniva, Manangatang, Patchewollock and Wycheproof.

Two of the stations, Manangatang and Wycheproof, have been included in a recent Victorian Government initiative to upgrade nine grain rail sites around Victoria. You can find out more about the Victorian grain rail $8.5 million upgrade here

RBA are now undertaking concept layout designs to present to prospective community group tenants for reuse of the considerably enlivened buildings.

Images below:
Before & After images of the Kaniva, Patchewollock, and Manangatang Railway Stations, and the Wycheproof Goods Shed.

Kaniva Railway Statiion
Wycheproof Goods Shed
Patchewollock Railway Station
Manangatang Railway Station
DATE
04 July 2016
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