Not Nyah West, but we do have a winner. The answer is Woorinen.Most interesting. Found in the 1961 public timetable and the 1965 WTT, although the public timetable has the service terminating at Swan Hill rather than RMSP 26 (which doesn't appear). I'm sure back in the days when I came into possesion of the WTT I would have noticed that, but it certainly didn't lodge in the memory banks. Excellent question...
The workers' train ran (a 102 h.p. Walker) between Swan Hill and Piangil (Woorinen being the first actual station beyond Swan Hill - there were three R.M.S.P.s between the two).
There was also on weekdays a school service that ran between Woorinen and R.M.S.P. 26 on the up side of Swan Hill, servicing the Swan Hill Technical School. That service is the only one I have been able to find, and I suspect the the only one at all, that terminated as a Rail Motor Stopping Place.
And so it's over to Lachlan's Train Channel for the next teaser.
Not Walhalla, Oaklands or Tocumwal. I do believe Tocumwal had a SG turntable for a time?Tocumwal originally had a 53' table on the broad gauge, replaced by a 70' table by 1948. Oaklands had a NSWGR table.
It is, however, Yelta. Not much has ever been there, other than a small station, a few sidings, goods shed and grain silos.
Over to Faredodger.
Of course not, but the question was seeking a terminus which never had a turntable, with no qualification as to the gauge of the turntable. I was merely expanding on Lachlan's Train Channel response, where the possibility of Tocumwal having a NSW turntable was raised.......................................Oaklands had a NSWGR table.Presumably never used by BG. Has it ever been used by locomotives from the 'Victorian side'?