Inner Circle Railway Line
The Inner Circle was a steam era suburban railway line (later electrified) in Melbourne, Australia. It served the inner-northern suburbs of Parkville, Carlton North, Fitzroy North, and Fitzroy. At its closure, it ran from Royal Park station on the Upfield line (Melway map ref: 29 F11.) to the west, to a three-way intersection with Rushall and Merri stations on today's South Morang line to the east. (Melway map ref: 30 D11.) There was also a branch line to Fitzroy that opened at the same time.
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... Inner Circle railway line Legend South Morang line at Rushall Fitzroy—closed to passengers May 1892 and to goods August 1981 North Fitzroy (Nicholson Street)—closed to passengers 1948 and to goods July ... Closed totally November 1977 Upfield line at Royal Park ...
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