Maldon, Victoria – Australia ‘Maldon Railway Trains’ Photographed by Karen Robinson July 2018 NB. All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments – Maldon is a historic railway station on the Victorian Goldfields. It originally opened on 16th June 1884 and closed to passenger services on 6th January 1941. It is now opened for tourist services over a short 1km section of the line out of Maldon. With the Craigieburn Camera Club we visited this region and I took the opportunity to photograph a number of trains on location.

Maldon, Victoria - Australia 'Maldon Railway Trains' Photographed by Karen Robinson July 2018 NB. All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments - Maldon is a historic railway station on the Victorian Goldfields. It originally opened on 16th June 1884 and closed to passenger services on 6th January 1941. It is now opened for tourist services over a short 1km section of the line out of Maldon. With the Craigieburn Camera Club we visited this region and I took the opportunity to photograph a number of trains on location.

Maldon, Victoria – Australia ‘Maldon Railway Trains’ Photographed by Karen Robinson July 2018

Maldon, Victoria – Australia ‘Maldon Railway Trains’ Photographed by Karen Robinson July 2018 NB. All images are protected by copyright laws. Comments – Maldon is a historic railway station on the Victorian Goldfields. It originally opened on 16th June 1884 and closed to passenger services on 6th January 1941. It is now opened for tourist services over a short 1km section of the line out of Maldon. With the Craigieburn Camera Club we visited this region and I took the opportunity to photograph a number of trains on location.

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