The Buffer Stop at Crowes, near Laver’s Hill, Victoria marks the southern most point reached by a mainland railway. The narrow gauge railway “The Beechy” which ran from 1902 until 1962, was built to service the local timber and farming industries in the Otway Ranges, Australia. The original buffer stop has been restored and a short section of track relayed. The Beechy History
Pentax K20D Camera. An HDR image processed in Dynamic Photo HDR.