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Terang: Former Simpson Street level crossing in Terang

Replaced by an upgraded pedestrian crossing, motorists have been redirected ~200 metres to a neighbouring crossing

May 17, 2017

Terang: Former Simpson Street level crossing in Terang

Replaced by an upgraded pedestrian crossing, motorists have been redirected ~200 metres to a neighbouring crossing

May 17, 2017

Terang: Former Simpson Street level crossing in Terang

Replaced by an upgraded pedestrian crossing, motorists have been redirected ~200 metres to a neighbouring crossing

May 17, 2017

Dennington: Looking past the end of the line at Westvic

The tracks across the Rooneys Road level crossing have been removed, track baulks at the down end of the container terminal

May 17, 2017

Terang: Looking south over the Seymour Street level crossing

Note the 'Boom Gates for Rail Crossings' sign, but no boom gates!

May 17, 2017

Warncourt: Looking south towards the Princes Highway level crossing

Duplication works well underway, with two new carriageways to be built on the eastern side of the existing road

May 17, 2017

Camperdown: Never used Myki reader post on the platform at Camperdown

Originally Myki was going to be rolled out to the entire V/Line network, with civil works done at stations. But there was a change of government in 2010 and incoming premier Ted Baillieu decided to cut the scope of the V/Line rollout to just the commuter belt around Melbourne.

May 17, 2017

Camperdown: Never used Myki reader post on the platform at Camperdown

Originally Myki was going to be rolled out to the entire V/Line network, with civil works done at stations. But there was a change of government in 2010 and incoming premier Ted Baillieu decided to cut the scope of the V/Line rollout to just the commuter belt around Melbourne.

May 17, 2017

Warrnambool: Never used Myki reader post on the platform at Warrnambool

Originally Myki was going to be rolled out to the entire V/Line network, with civil works done at stations. But there was a change of government in 2010 and incoming premier Ted Baillieu decided to cut the scope of the V/Line rollout to just the commuter belt around Melbourne.

May 17, 2017