1946 Signal Diagram
!888 Locking Sketch
1913 signal box drawing


Glenorchy station Nov 3 1981, looking west.


X 33 on a down Ararat to Dimboola goods passes through Glenorchy in broad gauge days. 1975.
Photo courtesy Trevor Penn

S 308 is running a down Ararat to Dimboola (9103) goods as it arrives into No. 2 road at Glenorchy. Nov. 3 1981


Freshly painted X 39 (with driver Ian Moorhead at the controls) arrives Glenorchy on a "bughut" train
which consisted of W and WW workmens sleepers with a good measure of GY's thrown in for braking.
February 1982



A Portland to Murtoa empty grain train waits at Glenorchy to cross an "up" loaded grain train, Feb. 2 1982.


C 510 on an up "jet" crosses a down goods at Glenorchy, 1981.



Signalbox and station buildings looking west, 1981.


Glenorchy goods shed looking east, 1981



Down distant signal, 1981


Down home arrivals and disc from siding D (extension of #2 road)


Up home departures. These signals were on a signal bridge until a derailment brought the structure down in the 1970's. Photo 1981.


Post 9, up home along the mainline. 1981


Post 13, along #2 road. 1981


The staff exchanger for up trains.


ABOVE & BELOW: 1981


In 1946 the crossing loop was extended which meant that the down end turnout was beyond the distance that they
could be controlled manually so they were equipped with a Dual Control Point Machine which neccesitated the
little relay hut you see here.


Up distant signal. 1981

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