The Wahgunyah Line was a short branch line that deviated from the main line to Sydney at Springhurst. The line survived until the early 1990s to service an Uncle Tobies factory based at Wahgunyah.
Some time after services were suspended on the line, a railway preservation society formed called Green TRail Associates who have restored and maintained the line. The group runs a tourist service called the 'Springybark Express' operated by a former postal motor vehicle called "Lil Red" between Wahgunyah and Rutherglen, with occasional trips to Springhurst and Lilliput.
The line is no longer connected to the main line at Sprinhurst with a short section of track removed. The line never connected with the NSW railway to Corowa which exists a short distance on the other side of the Murray River.