Victorian Goldfields Railway
Victorian Goldfields Railway

1891-1920

24th
March
1891
Shelbourne branch opened. The Junction with Maldon line known as Laanecoorie Junction, then from 12th December, 1904 as Shelbourne Junction. Intermediate station at Bradford. One mixed train daily between Maldon and Shelbourne.
BL#48

May
1892
Muckleford - Stationmaster withdrawn and woman placed in charge.
 

1896 - 1899
Shelbourne - service reduced to Monday, Wednesday and Friday only.
 

1897
Muckleford - Dock Road 'out-of-use.'
 

1899
(Approx.)
Maldon - Wooden platform facing replaced by brick.
BL#61 p8

15th
October
1913
Maldon - Points to engine shed & turntable roads secured with an Annett Lock. Duplicate lock attached to home signal lever.
BL#61 p8

17th
June
1918
Maldon - home signal moved fifty yards further out (from location of about 1898) & points to No.3, No.2 and Dock Roads secured by plunger locks.
BL#61 p8

1919
Bradford renamed Pollard.
RR#3