Thirroul Railway Station

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Police release CCTV images

POLICE have released CCTV images following an incident on a train between Thirroul and Wolli Creek Railway Stations earlier this year. Just before 10am on Saturday October 20, two women boarded a train at Thirroul station, bound for Central. A man boarded the train, sat near the women before exposing himself and committing an act … Continue reading

Termite damage blamed on Thirroul building’s demise

By MICK ROBERTS. AN infestation of termites has caused so much damage to Thirroul’s historic railway station building that it is beyond saving, says RailCorp. The Bulli Times broke the news on Thursday that the 125-year-old heritage listed railway station was under threat of demolition. RailCorp have lodged an application with the NSW Planning Department … Continue reading

Thirroul’s historic station threatened with demolition

THIRROUL’S 125-year-old heritage listed railway station is under threat of demolition. Railcorp have made an application to the NSW Planning Department to rase the building on the station’s island platform. The buildings at Thirroul are one of the last remaining working timber station buildings on the South Coast Line and are on the NSW Government’s … Continue reading

Trees given the chop at Thirroul

By MICK ROBERTS. THE destruction of almost 30 native trees from the southern end of Thomas Gibson Park at Thirroul had both Wollongong City Council and NSW Government approval. Residential housing developer Stockland said the State Government approval, which was later signed off by Wollongong City Council, allowed it to remove the trees to build … Continue reading

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