Friday, 13 March 2015

Sydney Terminal Building, Central Railway Station

This clock tower above Sydney Terminal Building at Central railway station, viewed from Pitt Street near Eddy Avenue. Central is Sydney's largest railway station, located at the southern end of the Central Business District at Haymarket. It is a terminal for country trains and the largest junction for city trains. This heritage listed sandstone building was designed in the Federation Free Classical architectural style by the Government Architect, Walter Liberty Vernon and built between 1901 and 1906, with the clocktower completed in 1921.

13 comments:

  1. Jim, that's a really interesting building. Love the clock tower.

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  3. Ah, more beautiful BLUE skies and an impressive clock tower indeed!! Have a great weekend, Jim!

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  4. Those trains will always know if they are on time with that clock Jim.

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  5. What a brilliant blue sky! Gorgeous!
    Impressive architecture!

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