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I took this photo in October last year, it was looking poorly.A good Real Estate Shyster would put the station on the market under the title RENOVATORS DELIGHT !!!!
Well the place was a wreck, so I guess it had to be demolished if it wasn't going to be done up.Wycheproof, Pyramid Hill and Lyonville are of the same basic design. Shame about Boort. Termites had really gotten their little chompers into it.
I think I remember hearing that the original Bullarto station was of the same design and people from the Daylesford railway had inspected it to take measurements and photos for a future rebuild. At the time I wondered why they didn't just put station on a truck and move it to Bullarto rather than try and raise funds for an expensive rebuild.
Still a little bit sad though. Never nice when another station dissapears into historyMy advice is get your pics of any timber station of other building that isn't currently used before it suffers the same fate. Red Cliffs went a few years ago, now Boort. Hattah, I'm thinking you're in the gun... If they're on the Victorian Heritage Register like Wycheproof, they should be ok until they fall down by themselves from neglect. (cough.. Manangatang...)