New South Wales
|Elevation||73 m (240 ft)|
The Stony Crossing railway line from Kerang, Victoria reached Stony Crossing in March 1928, and crossed the Murray River at Gonn Crossing. Initially, there were three trains per week to Murrabit, with one continuing on to Stony Crossing. Services were suspended between Murrabit and Stony Crossing in 1943. The Stony Crossing station nameboard was relocated to the North Williamstown Railway Museum. 
Stony Crossing Post Office opened on 16 October 1890 and closed in 1956.
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