Some articles on station building, building, station, stations:
... The station building at Schweinfurt Hauptbahnhof is on the north side of the tracks ... After the original building had been destroyed by bomb attacks in the Second World War, a modern, functional building was erected after the war in the style of the 1950s ... The two-storey building houses a Deutsche Bahn travel centre (ReiseZentrum), toilets, lockers and several shops ...
... Daggons Road station was located on the Alderholt – Cranborne road, just to the west of Alderholt and 11 miles and 21 chains from Alderbury Junction ... the line by an overbridge to the south west of the station ... The station consisted of a single platform on the up side with three sidings and loading dock ...
... that Lyttelton was next in line for a station upgrade ... A survey of the existing building was requested so the Working Estimates for the project could be prepared ... The survey was duly completed and, after considering the many faults in the building highlighted by the survey, the Chief Civil Engineer confirmed in writing to the ...
... The Apeldoorn station building is not related to any of the standard stations, but it has similarities with stations built in that period ... The station building was saved in connection with a massive refurbishment of the station from 2004 to 2008 ... The refurbishment included, closure of the level crossings at and near the station where passengers and cyclists would pass to get to Apeldoorn Zuid and opening ...
... Saarbrücken's main station was opened on 16 November 1852 as St Johann-Saarbrücken ... The station was on the Saarbrücken railway, which ran from Bexbach via Neunkirchen (Saar) and Stieringen to the French Eastern Railway. 56 metre long, 13.50 metre wide sandstone building was between the two tracks with access by an underpass, there being, unusually for that time, no track crossing ...
Famous quotes containing the words building and/or station:
“Notice how he has numbered the blue veins
in my breast. Moreover there are ten freckles.
Now he goes left. Now he goes right.
He is building a city, a city of flesh.
Hes an industrialist.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Say first, of God above, or Man below,
What can we reason, but from what we know?
Of Man what see we, but his station here,
From which to reason, or to which refer?
Thro worlds unnumberd tho the God be known,
Tis ours to trace him only in our own.
—Alexander Pope (16881744)