2 circa 1910 views of Daylesford, above we see what looks to be a Creswick bound train departing whilst a Carlshrue bound train stands in the platform.
BELOW: The same view in 2011.
ABOVE: an overall view showing the two trains.
BELOW: Thr same view about 100 years later.
This photo was attached to a 1939 report of an investigation into a derailment at Daylesford
it is the best photo I've seen of the signalbox.
D3 673 on an up mixed at Daylesford, 1934
ABOVE: Anzac day (April 25) 1977 and the Daylesford line has a bit over a year of life left. A nice day return for the Dynon crew, here we see the train ready to depart on the return journey, due away at 5.25pm. The line closed on July 3 1978.
BELOW: T 405 is turned on the manual turntable.
All Photos courtesy Chris Wurr
BELOW: After turning the crew took the T down the remains of the Nth Creswick line as far as they dared, this line also connected to the stock siding. This photo was taken from the home arrival signal.