Re: Victorian Online Interactive Heritage map

Frank Stamford

Hermes No.12561 appears to be the entire known routes of the McIvor Timber & Firewood Company's tramway, and Penrose & Oddy's tramway.


On 7 Feb 2015, at 11:52 am, "John Cleverdon johnc@... [LRRSA]" <LRRSA@...> wrote:


Hello all,
Something that may be of interest to those in Victoria in particular.

There is now an online interactive map where you can see the locations of Victorian Heritage Register/Inventory sites.
Go to: and you can search by Hermes number (the number on the Victorian Heritage Database website) or simply zoom in to an area of interest and select a site.
Once you use the 'i' button to select a heritage site, you can then follow a link to the Victorian Heritage Database website.

The Victorian Heritage Register has a several 'heavy rail' features (stations and bridges).

I'm not sure how many 'light railway' features there are although a quick look reveals a few timber mill sites in the Powelltown region are on the Victorian Heritage Database.


John Cleverdon
Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia
John's web page:

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