Has Ararat A Box been guessed? Not certain about three staff and ticket sections though.
You say it had both Broad gauge and Standard gauge platforms at the same time.These are the Facts applied to today.
You have ruled out the North East line.
You say it is still open, and that it is still a junction.
You say that the name you are looking for is the name of the station plus a single letter.
You have already ruled out both Ararat 'A' and Ararat 'B'
As far as I can tell, North Shore is all that is left, yet, to my knowledge, it never had its own signal box, but my sources may be wrong, so a total shot in the dark for: North Shore 'A'
I don't know of it ever existing, but I am plum out of ideas.
Im Sorry but I have made a slight error in this clue.
These are the Facts applied to today.
There is a Broad gauge and a Standard gauge platform.
Nothing to do with the North East line.
It is still a junction.
The signal box isn't operated any more.
The North East line has been ruled out which leaves us with very few stations that have had both broad and standard gauge platform access.I,m sorry to all the people out there but I gave an incorrect clue that may have thrown some individuals off. I said that the signal box and the station had the same name (True), and had a broad and standard gauge platform. This should have said, the signal box and the station have the same name but ONLY a Broad Gauge platform . I honestly thought that the standard gauge platform at North Shore was named North Geelong. Im sorry for any inconvenience or pain and suffering this may have caused to you or your family.
Maryborough has been canned, as has Ararat.
By the process of elimination, North Shore must be the station in question, but you aren't after the station, you are after the signal box, and you said yourself that North Shore only had a signal bay, not a signal box per se.
I don't think North Geelong 'C' has been guessed, so what about that?
Wow. Well, we got there. I'm not quite sure how, but we got there.Heathcote Junction?
Now, for the new one:
In my hey-day, I was a junction station. The through line at my location is still open but any evidence of the branch line is now long gone.