not Bowser, Mysia or Arnold
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This station is/was equipped with items involved with safeworking which are, while not unique, exceedingly rare in regional Victoria.
The station in question also had/has another item of safeworking which was also once relatively rare, but which expanded its spread over time (unlike the previously [not] mentioned item of safeworking.
No level crossings are involved.
The station in question has never had a signal box.
There were (at least in the 1960s) special instructions in the WTT for working trains through this station.
Not only was there not a signal box, but there was no lever frame, double-wire or otherwise
The station was not a junction.
The equipment installed at this station was common in the city, but only 4 locations in the bush were so fitted (5 depending on where boundary is drawn)
The safeworking equipment is related to signallingAlthough the station is closed, there is a block point of the same name on the open branch line.One of Bowser, Mysia, Arnold is within 25km of the station we seek
Incorrect guesses: Kyneton, Ballarat, Red Cliffs, Rushworth, Beech Forest, Kerang, Bowser, Mysia, Arnold