1934 Signal Diagram
1967 Signal Diagram
1969 Signal Diagram

ABOVE: Looking towards Ballarat, 1909. (SLV)

ABOVE: In 1903, a Locomotive Enginemens strike saw the railways employ "scab" labour for the duration of the strike. This photo shows the first train to arrive Maryborough with a scab crew. The crowd would no doubt be jeering the strikebreakers and a barricade can be seen on the platform, probably guarded by the local police to prevent the public approaching the locos containing the scabs.

ABOVE: 1947 view. The train shown is almost certainly the 12.47 pm Maryborough to Ararat  "Passenger Mail Motor" service (train #63)      (photo courtesy Phil Dunn)

ABOVE: Unidentified AEC waiting in the "Dock Road", probably prior to running an Ararat service. circa mid 1920s

ABOVE & BELOW: A 153 Walker departs Maryborough on its journey to Castlemaine, March 1955 Official VR photos

ABOVE: Maryborough 1950

ABOVE: A 102 Walker railcar and trailer sit at Maryborough prior to running a service to Castlemaine. The Maryborough to Castlemaine service finished July 9 1977. Photo date 1977 Photo courtesy Tim Martin

ABOVE: An Ararat bound enthusiast special prepares to depart Maryborough with B 75 - B 65 stabled in the yard. April 22 1989. (photo courtesy Noel Bamford)

ABOVE: To celebrate 25 years of mainline diesel locos, B 60 ran a special train. to Maryborough where a steam loco took the train from Maryborough to Donald and back. The train is seen here at Maryborough having just arrived from Castlemaine. July 16 1977

BELOW: The same view 33 years later finds preserved B 74 and T 378 running an enthusiast special on March 13 2010.
Photo courtesy Mike Forsberg