Ceratodus

Ceratodus is located 212.990 kilometres from Mungar Junction and is 172 metres above sea level.

Ceratous a former crossing loop with a capacity of 30 units.

Ceratodus named after the Neoceratodus Forster (lung fish) which is found in the Burnett River and is protected by law.

7G62 Monto bound Goods at Ceratous as the crew perform the rule in 1990. Photo courtesy David Phillips.
7G62 Monto bound Goods at Ceratous as the crew perform the rule in 1990. Photo courtesy David Phillips.
1767 leads 7M49 Maryborough Goods across the Burnett River as the train approaches Ceratodus Station in 1990. Photo courtesy David Phillips.
1767 leads 7M49 Maryborough Goods across the Burnett River as the train approaches Ceratodus Station in 1990. Photo courtesy David Phillips.