Hoddle Street

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Clifton Hill Railway Station - Station Overview - Facilities
... A pedestrian underpass is located beneath the station and connects John Street, Platforms 1 and 2, and Mayor's Park which is located on the opposite side of Hoddle Street ... The underpass replaced a timber pedestrian bridge over Hoddle Street in 1957 ... of the underpass under the railway is managed by Metro Trains the section under Hoddle Street is managed by the City of Yarra ...
Hoddle Street Massacre
... The Hoddle Street massacre is a spree killing that occurred on the evening of Sunday, 9 August 1987 in Hoddle Street, Clifton Hill, a suburb of Melbourne ...
Hoddle Street Massacre - Timeline of Events
... Positions himself on raised platform behind billboard at corner of Ramsden and Hoddle streets (streetview/map), Clifton Hill "When police arrived, it was still very hard to see where Knight ...

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