Port Elliot Railway Station – National Trust Property
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About this site: Constructed in 1853, the original tramway extended directly onto the jetty at Horseshoe Bay. In 1865 a new stone passenger station was constructed. The final 1911 development appears to have incorporated the original passenger station building in the construction.
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