This afternoon I am posting some images of Central Station following my recent visit. This is a magnificent Victorian era edifice originally built 1876-9 (Blythe and Cunningham) which today remains the busiest station in Scotland. The station was built on the site of the now defunct Grahamston and was opened 1879, extended 1901-1906 and restored in the late 1900s.

Thew station entrance features ornate iron-work. Seven pillars support the glazed port0-cochere arcade.

As a former commuter I can attest that Central is a pleasant enough terminus. Worth a visit, especially for visitors keen on architecture and design. Immediately outside the station you are confronted with some interesting Greek Thomson architecture.

I have some still images which I just can’t upload

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