The historic Mooroopna railway station has been burnt to the ground overnight.
CFA were called to the Young St address at approximately 3am this morning.
Six CFA units from Mooroopna, Shepparton and Toolamba attended the scene.
The fire had been burning for sometime and was on the ground when the first emergency services arrived according to Mooroopna CFA captain Ray Stockwell.
Police have set up a crime scene and fire investigators will attend the scene later this morning to determine a cause of the fire.
The station was opened on January 13, 1880, which meant the fire took place 138 years to the day after the opening.
Arson detectives are yet to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed the Mooroopna Railway Station at around 3am this morning but believe the incident was suspicious.
The arson squad attended the scene for several hours today and Shepparton Police Detective Senior Constable Mick Guppy said they would be likely to determine the cause by mid-week next week.
Onlookers described the scene as “very sad” and expressed their disappointment in seeing the building burned to the ground.
See more in Monday’s Shepparton News.
V/Line announced on Twitter that the coach stop has been moved to opposite Billy's Bakehouse on the Midland Highway.
Local fire investigators have attended the scene and the arson squad are on their way for further investigations.
Due to a fire at Mooroopna station, the coach stop has been moved to opposite Billy's Bakehouse on the Midland Highway.— V/Line Seymour Line (@vline_seymour) January 12, 2018