Old rail station to be saved

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 06 Jul 2016

Seen better days: A derelict structure is all that’s left of the Melalap railway station about 160km from Kota Kinabalu.

KOTA KINABALU: A long-forgotten, dilapidated railway station in Sabah’s interior Melalap district, some 160km from here, is set to be restored to its former glory.

Left in the midst of an estate, the Melalap railway slowly lost its functionality when roads were built in the 1960s.

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!

News , bureaus


Next In Nation

Zayn Rayyan murder: Autopsy shows victim possibly struggled with murderer, says cops
There are still many Malaysians falling victim to job scams, says Fadillah
Floods: 1,581 still housed at six relief centres in Pasir Mas
Two policemen among four detained for robbing foreign workers
Priority on resolving basic issues, not building Labuan-Sabah bridge, says PM
Three kids drown in Kudat construction pool
No new Covid-19 variants in Malaysia, says Dr Zaliha
My daughter keeps asking for Daddy, says Syed Muhammad Danial's widow
Freeze on foreign workers' quota still active, says Sivakumar
Multiracial 2,000-singer gathering in Kuching sets Christmas carol record

Others Also Read