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We're removing 10 more level crossings by 2025, bringing the total to 85 level crossings gone for good.

Celebrating 50 level crossing removals – we want to see your photos

08 Nov 2021

We’re about to remove our 50th dangerous and congested level crossing. As well as removing boom gates, since 2016 we’ve laid tracks, built stations and roads, constructed walking and cycling paths, and created new open space all around Melbourne.

As part of our milestone celebrations, we’d love to see how you’re enjoying your local level crossing removal project.

Share your best photo of any of our projects to go in the draw to win 1 of 5 hampers filled with special prizes from local Melbourne traders, plus a VIP tour of one of our construction sites.

Photos can be submitted in any of the following categories:

Selfie

That means you, at one of our project sites.

Structure

Stations, rail bridges, road bridges, art. If it’s 3D and we built it, snap it and submit it.

Open space

Playgrounds, exercise stations, landscaping, paths. Everything we build around our stations and removed level crossings.

Creative

Maybe you’re on the move, or you’ve found an incredible angle. Just make sure it’s safe and legal. Read our Terms and Conditions if you’re unsure.

Please note, selected submissions will be automatically entered in the 'People's choice' category.


How to participate

Upload your favourite photo of your local level crossing removal project to our competition form and tell us where it was taken and why you love it.

You can enter 1 photograph in each of the 4 categories.

Not a photographer? That’s okay. You can scroll through our Facebook album of entries and vote for your favourite snaps by clicking on a reaction.

Entries and voting close 5pm on Monday 6 December.

Enter the competition

Winners will be contacted directly and announced on our website and social media channels on Friday 10 December.

Read our full Terms and Conditions.

New Coburg Station at night. Orange lights and square cubic station exterior.

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