The completion of Stage III works at Maryborough Railway Station – refurbishing the platform verandah, brings the restoration to the whole of the station building to a close. This ends a long association between RBA and the station, reaching back to 2004 with the commissioning of a Heritage Impact Statement concerned with the impact that the proposed restoration works would have on the heritage registered site.

The first Maryborough Railway Station building was constructed in 1874. The existing station building dates from 1891. Although passenger services had ceased during the early 1990s, the service was resumed at the station in 2010.

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01 November 2011
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