End Of the Line

I have been a bit busy for the last few days so there will be 2 posts in quick succession.  You will see why when I do the next post.

On Thursday we drove from Lakes Entrance to Canberra.  This was almost all new territory for us again and I was quite excited to be going through Bombala.  It does not have any particular claim to fame apart from the fact that there is a song by Pat Drummond, “End of the Line” which includes the following lines:

Well the train rolled to a halt just out of Bredbo,
where the old Chakola bridge is undermined.
There’s no way to make the railhead in Bombala,
as we used to in my grandfather’s time.

Railway Park - Bombala

Naturally, I wanted to see the end of the line and I was not disappointed.

End of the line

Although it is no longer in use, we were interested to see the station buildings.

Bombala station

This was probably storage for incoming and outgoing freight.

Bombala station building

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