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This Write up is about the Grenfell Railway Station, which has been closed for many years, is maintained by the local Lions club, and, is very popular with Tourists, as it Has a dump point for Caravaners and Campers.
The Goods Shed is used as a Mens Shed facility now.
The Station Opened on the 7th of May 1901.
Passenger services ceased in 1974.
The Station was heritage listed in April 1999.
More Photos and info to come.
This article first appeared on ahrsinews.blogspot.com
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