Dunedin Railway Station, Dunedin, New Zealand

Dunedin Railway Station, Dunedin, New Zealand

Description: Dunedin Railway Station is a jewel in the country's architectural crown. Designed by George Troup, the station is the fourth building to have served as Dunedin's railway station. It earned its architect the nickname of "Gingerbread George". In its early days, the station was the country's busiest, handling up to 100 trains a day, including suburban services to Mosgiel and Port Chalmers, Railcars to Palmerston and the Otago Central Branch and other trains to Christchurch and Invercargill. The city's economic decline and the reduction in the prominence of rail transport mean that only a handful of trains use the station today. (source: Wikipedia)

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Keywords: Dunedin, New Zealand, Otago, Otago Central Railway, architecture, building, people, railway, railway station, town

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