Adelaide River Railway Station

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Adelaide River Railway Station Jan 08, 2017
Located on the Stuart Highway, the Adelaide River Railway Siding and Railway Bridge were constructed to form part of the North Australia Railway which operated from 1888 until 1976.

In its time, it was the first main station on the line from Darwin to Pine Creek. It was of major significance during World War II as Adelaide River was an important military centre.

Adelaide River Railway Station is a disused railway station and museum which can be found on what was previouysly the North Australia Railway.

Address: 43 Stuart Highway, Adelaide River, NT 0846

Website: http://www.nationaltrustnt.org.au/index.php?/eng/Left-Menu/Register-of-Significant-Places/Adelaide-River-Railway-Station
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