Central Station, Sydney
Railway Square (originally known as 'Central Square'), occupying the area between Broadway and Lee, Pitt & George Streets. Home to the Railway Square Tram Interchange for the first half of the 20thC, now to a bus interchange.
This particular building is Central Railway Station, on the former site of the Devonshire Street Cemetery (the remains were exhumed and re-interred at several other Sydney cemeteries). The station has operated since 1855; this building was designed by the Government Architect Walter Liberty Vernon and constructed 1901-1906.
The rail layout itself was designed by engineer Henry Deane (the focus of the nearby 'Henry Deane Plaza'), Engineer in Chief of the New South Wales Government Railways.
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