With some stunners of the hard to get at bridge over Warialda Creek .The bridge is about 1 km to the west of the station. Visible are the concrete footings from the original bridge that was washed away.
This station was opened on 25-11-1901,situated 740 ks /460 miles from Sydney on the Moree to Inverell Branch. Elevation is 1,037 ft or 316 mtrs.The station was closed on 3-12-85.
This was obviously an important grain receival station in its hay (grain ) day.
The D150 Bulkhead which was added in 1966 for 15,000 tonnes of added storage .
Which is situated on the Western side of the station away from the main yard
The Original S016 was added to in 1960 with 2 extra bins for 6,000 tonnes
adding to the origonal 1,600 tonnes
You may have noticed that this silo has JAYE painted on the roof .Is this a cry for help,Or someone seeking attention.Not really the best place for either under the circumstances.
An interesting Shell Depot is still basically intact ,With a sliding door in the storage shed for
loading from vans in the siding and a lean to on the western side of the open storage shed.
The station masters residence
Station if you could call it that
The 2 versions of the fettlers sheds