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07 February 2011

1890 – Grand Central Station, Chicago

Architect: Solon S. Beman Grand Central Station was designed by architect Solon Spencer Beman for the Wisconsin Central Railroad, and was completed by the Chicago and Northern Pacific Railroad. Grand Central Station was...

24 January 2011

1895 – T.H. & B Station, Hamilton, Ontario

Architect: William Stewart Station belonging to the Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway Company that existed from 1892 through 1987 as a separate railway serving the Hamilton, Ontario area. Interestingly, although based in Hamilton,...

04 October 2010

1905 – Redesign of Kings Cross Station, London

Architect: A.C. Dickie A 1905 scheme for the treatment of Kings Cross Station facade as a decorative design in marble. Published in The Builder, January 7th 1905.

23 September 2010

1846 – Connolly Station, Amiens Street, Dublin

Architect: William Deane Butler & Iarnr√≥d √Čireann Architects Originally constructed for the Drogheda and Dublin Railway Company, this was the first of the four major Dublin Railway termini to be constructed. Still in...

29 June 2010

1911 – Union Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Warren & Wetmore Of the many railway buildings in Winnipeg, the crowning glory is Union Station which closes the vista down Broadway with its imposing bulk and dome. The building was intended...

09 June 2010

1859 – Former Harcourt Street Station, Dublin

Architect: George Wilkinson Built in 1859 as a railway terminus, Harcourt Street Station was in use for almost exactly 100 years closing in 1959. A monumental design on a plinth of steps, with...

01 June 2010

1899 – Milwaukee Road Depot, Minneapolis

Architect: Charles Frost Constructed in 1899, the Milwaukee Road Depot complex includes the former station building and one of the last long-span, truss-roofed train sheds surviving in the nation and the only remaining...

31 May 2010

1881 – Union Station, Denver, Colorado

Architect: Gove & Walsh

29 May 2010

1886 – Great Indian Peninsular Railway Terminus & Administrative Offices, Bombay, India

Architect: F.W. Stevens Frederick William Stevens (11 November 1847 – 3 March 1900) was an English architectural engineer who worked for the British colonial government in India. Stevens’ most notable design was the...