This view of the Toowoomba station (depot in US) was taken from the northern side, looking south, about The buildings were built of red brick. At the time this photo was taken, the whole exterior was white-washed.
Toowoomba Railway Station, Honour Board and Railway Yard Structures - Goods Shed - This is taken in The new road for the Schofield St bypass was opened in 2016 and runs exactly where the grass line runs.
Toowoomba Railway Station, building looking north, 1993
“The railway played a great part in WWI and WWII in the transportation of our troops and also the contribution they made overall to the war,” Mr Davison said. “A lot of the workers quit the railway to join up, and all the men on that honour board down there are Queenslanders.” He said while many people had visited the Mother’s Memorial, many were unaware of the presence of the railway station’s large honour board, and would possibly find family war history.
The Goods Shed is now owned by the Toowomba Regional Council and forms part of the Toowoomba Railway Parklands Priority Development Area (PDA) Development Scheme. TRC describes the PDA as representing “a bold strategic vision that invites the rediscovery of opportunity and potential, right in the centre of Toowoomba city.” .