Ok, I have a standing station building on a closed branch line. I am one of two stations of this style still standing (there may have been others demolished previously). They were built within a year of each other, but are separated by over 350 miles by rail.
I was the terminus for a few years, which may explain why the building is brick, not timber like the others on the line. The first part of the line was opened in the late 1880's.
Rushworth - demolished, although there's now a fire station on the site...
Avoca - Bridgewater and Avoca are the same style according to Andrew Wards analysis..
Clue -According to the 1964 Railway map of Victoria, I'm actually 355 and 3/4 miles by rail from Bairnsdale, my "twin". (Ignoring the Flinders - Spencer St measurement thing...)