Local tradesmen have restored the Jerilderie Railway Station, which was closed in the late 1980s.December 14, 2011 6:12am
Jerilderie Railway Station closed in the late 1980s when rail services were discontinued in this area.
About 20 years ago the Jerilderie Historical Society applied for and was successful in obtaining a NSW Heritage grant to convert the station to a residence.
Up to that time it was unused. The building is still owned by NSW State Rail and has in the last six weeks been fully restored.
Local tradesmen Paul Ryan (builder), Jamie Pitt and Kevin Crimmins (painters) and their offsiders Ben Rowe and Hayden Wallace were responsible for the work. The station is currently being used as a residence.
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