Maryborough

Architecture/Heritage

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RBA Architects & Conservation Consultants
13.06.13

Maryborough Railway Station is one of the most significant railway heritage assets in Australia. Its conservation has recaptured the former grandeur of the station – not only ensuring its ongoing use, but also providing a means to engender broad public support for the conservation of other parts of the Victorian rail network.

In 2002 RBA Architects and Conservation Consultants was commissioned to prepare a Conservation Management Plan for this highly significant heritage place. Conservation was completed in 2012.

RBA's key objective was to restore the protective exterior of the building so as to prevent further deterioration of fragile interior fabric. A series of complex conservation measures were implemented across a range of traditional crafts and trades including; slatework, leadwork, traditional coloured render treatments, architectural terracotta and cast iron.

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