Thursday, 6 June 2013

Sydney Terminal Building, Central Railway Station

The Sydney Terminal Building along Eddy Avenue is part of Central railway station, This heritage listed building was built in 1906 in the Federation Free Classical architectural style. The building comprises of a sandstone colonnade and porte cochere, which originally provided an undercover area for passengers transferring to and from trams and is now used for the Metro Light Rail. This terminus is also the largest junction in Sydney for city and country trains.

11 comments:

  1. What a grand building, impressive to look at and beautifully functional for thousands of commuters. If we had great public transport and great facilities everywhere, we could get most private cars out of the CBD permanently.

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  2. That's a majestic looking place! I love the architecture of it--very grand!

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  3. LOve central station, I have some photos from there for my skywatch!

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  4. Great building under a wonderful blue sky.

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  5. How great that it still functions and has remained in its original design.

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  6. What a beauty. Thank you for sharing it at our party Jim. Have a good weekend!
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  7. What a handsome building, love how the windows are dark at the bottom and sky colored toward the top. Nicely captured. My Waltz: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/cow-clique/

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