Railway stations were vital to the industrial revolution; they incorporate cultural history. They are still more significant than airports in their day to day transport of the teaming millions who travel to work each day. Airports are still concerned with occasional transport most of the time. They are architectually bland with none of the dramatic light patterns as such places as Waterloo. Also missing are such things like the adorable 19th century industrial brickwork.

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Gallery 7
Railway Stations

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