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The Eversley to Warrak Rd which is a dirt road and has minimal traffic has a road crossing with boom gates and flashing lights on the Ararat - Maryborough Line. Eversley does not register as even a Hamlet.
Clarke St at Elmhurst, which is a sealed road and runs past the Elmhurst Primary School has no boom gates and flashing lights and the road crossing is on a sharp bend and a crest, which restricts vision of the rail line that comes across a culvert over the Wimmera River.
The rail crossing has only a Give Way sign protecting the crossing for vehicles. Elmhurst is a town and yet a major road in the town is not protected by boom gates or flashing lights on a compromised intersection between Clarke St and the Ararat - Maryborough rail line.
The Ararat - Maryborough Rail Line dips down over the Wimmera River culvert and then rises on to a crest again at the intersection with Clarke St. Like motorists, Locomotive drivers would not have a clear vision of the road crossing and the potential for an accident at this crossing is substantial.
Public Relations Manager
Rail Revival Alliance Victoria
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