Leongatha is the present terminus of the Woodside Railway Line with the former right of way being converted into a Rail Trail beyond this point.
Leongatha Station retains a large brick building which is used by the SOuth Gippsland Railway tourist operater as the terminus for their service between Leongatha and Korumburra.
A goods shed, yard and footbridge are also retained at this station.
It is rumoured that the local Council want to purchase part of the land currently occupied by the station and freight yard to expand the adjacent shopping centre.
Leongatha Station looking UP
Looking UP towards the footbridge from the UP end of the platform
Leongatha platform looking DOWN
Leongatha goods shed
Front entrance to station
View of Leongatha Station looking DOWN from footbridge
Leongatha station looking towards DOWN end
Railmotor sitting at Leongatha looking DOWN
Goods shelter at UP end of yard
View of platform from footbridge
View of road overbridge at DOWN end of station
Leongatha station sign
Trackage at DOWN end of station
DOWN end of platform
Leongatha looking UP with railmotor at station
Leongatha looking UP
Leongatha goods shed looking UP
Signal on DOWN side of road overbridge looking UP towards station
Signal on DOWN side of road overbridge looking DOWN towards end of track
Track on DOWN side of road overbridge looking UP towards station