Shelley is a closed station located in the town of Shelley, on the Cudgewa railway line in Victoria, Australia. Today there is nothing left of the station. The station was the highest station in Victoria at 781 metres (2562 feet).
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Coordinates: 36°11′23″S 147°32′35″E / 36.18972°S 147.54306°E / -36.18972; 147.54306
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