G.M.H. railway station, Adelaide

G.M.H. railway station, Adelaide

G.M.H. railway station Is a former railway station which spurred off the Gawler Central railway line. The station was located in Adelaide's Holden car manufacturing factory in the northern suburb of Elizabeth South. The start of the spur was approximately halfway between the Elizabeth South and Nurlutta railway stations. It was closed in 1992, and the station platform was demolished, but some of the track that leads to the station is still intact, as well as the boom gates.

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