Flinders Railway Station is the main station in Melbourne, running the Victorian and cross-state railway lines. Flinders Street Station is Australia's earliest railway station, which gathers all the city trains to transfer, just like the center of Melbourne's divergent train network. This century-old beige Renaissance building has become a famous symbol of Melbourne. It is both a scenic spot and a still running railway station. Passengers come and go in the station, and tourists from inside and outside the station are also constantly coming and going, which is more heated and noisy. Because it is located at a busy intersection, it is very difficult to get a satisfactory panorama.
To Melbourne, Flinders Street Station is a must-see attraction, because the station still in operation is Melbourne's oldest and most famous landmark building, in the surrounding scattered modern buildings, the original retained such a station, is the highlight of Melbourne's attractions. Yellow walls with bronze domes are full of the brilliance of the 18th century Industrial Revolution. Opposite the station is Federal Square, a fantastic, all-embracing modern building, with the famous St. Paul's Cathedral on the oblique opposite. To the railway station, you can browse these three scenic spots at the same time. It is very convenient to get off the train by free TRAM and walk at the railway station. It is only 2 or 3 minutes away. Just a few more steps, there's a Melbourne shopping mall, which has a bullet building, and it's also a very strange building. There's an interesting Melbourne rule: meet Melbourne Railway Station and wait on the steps of the station building. So let's meet at Melbourne Railway Station to end this comment.
The busy retro railway station, the landmark of Melbourne, is also the main transportation hub of Melbourne. The train leads to the suburbs and other cities around Melbourne. The station in front of the railway station is a free area and the starting point of many trams. Along the railway station, there are shops selling snow boots. You can stroll along the road.
Melbourne's central point, surrounded by Melbourne's must-see attractions, what churches ah, graffiti street, Melbourne Square... They are all in Fumai. It's not expensive to visit the church. If you want to take pictures, you need to pay five dollars for a photo certificate.
Flinders Street Railway Station is a landmark building in Melbourne. It has a history of more than 100 years. The yellow exterior wall and green dome make it very elegant. The interior space of the railway station is very large. It is a railway hub from Melbourne to Australia. It is of great significance to the railway transportation of Australia as a whole.
It's very old. Everything is in order. I also took several trains this time. It was great!
Flinders Street Railway Station is located at the intersection of Flinders Street and Swanston Street in Melbourne. Tram lines are dense and traffic is convenient. The whole station is a classic European-style building of yellow stone, with a bronze dome as one of its architectural features. In such an ancient and fragrant old building, it is a modern rail transit hub. Trains come and go, which is very lively and convenient for transfer. For the convenience of passengers, gate ports are installed on three sides of the building, and a large number of swipe card gates are installed, which do not feel crowded at all.
The distinctive railway station, originally European style is mostly spire, but suddenly emerged a dome like Islam, Mughal and other buildings, it is very interesting... It's a bit far. It is very glorious that the myki traffic card system and Chinese pages here are convenient for recharging queries, and the platform and platform boards feel very historical. Although this is not the largest station in Melbourne now, it also shows its unique brilliance before. Fortunately, I got on a short train here and had a rocky journey.