[photos] Australia: Touring Melbourne, Railway Stations

After visiting the National Gallery of Victoria, we took a tram to one of Melbourne’s railway stations, as a waypoint for further walking. Near the end of the day, we visited another. Interesting stuff.

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A classic facade.

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Seen from a distance.

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The old shot tower, inside a modern railway station.

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Another view of same.

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Vertical garden next to the old shot tower.

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A great big watch…

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2 thoughts on “[photos] Australia: Touring Melbourne, Railway Stations

  1. Laurie Mann says:

    We walked by Flinders St. Station many times but never went inside. I regret that now! Loved the inconguity of the classic Victorian train station across the street from the modernist buildings of Federation Square.

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