Driving north along the Henty Highway it was the Beulah Railway Station that first caught my eye in the small Mallee town. I wasn’t going to stop, but the old station was looking photogenic in the early afternoon sun. After turning around and finding my way to the tracks, I realised something was wrong. Completely surrounding the building was a yellow warning ribbon with the repeated message “CAUTION ASBESTOS”.
Beulah Station is overgrown with long grass, and there are weeds growing from the platform beside a deserted shopping cart. The type of trolley often used by the elderly to take their groceries home, the shopping cart is just sitting in the middle of the platform, waiting for a train that will never come.
Deserted shopping cart on the platform of the closed Beulah Railway Station
CLOSED: Beulah Railway Station
Take a seat, breathe in the country air (and Asbestos)
Heading into town, it’s sad to see the closed shops of Beulah, but the old Town Hall and Post Office have been well maintained and look grerat!
Beulah Memorial Hall and Library
The old Beulah Post Office
Browse more photos from Beulah in the galleries at gallery.vic.pics/Regional/Beulah.