Flinders Street Station

Flinders Street Station is beautiful, but difficult to photograph!  It’s a very long building!  Here are some of my best attempts;

Flinders Street Station

Flinders Street Station

If meeting someone in Melbourne, many people chose to meet under the clocks…. in case you ever get to meet someone in Melbourne, here’s a picture so you will recognise it;

Flinders Street Station Clocks

Flinders Street Station Clocks

In fact there are lots of them!  It looked even better with its Australia Day decorations.

From the South Side of the River Yarra

From the South Side of the River Yarra

Flinders Street Station

Flinders Street Station

Next time I go to Melbourne I must take some photos of the inside of the station!

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About Barbara

Born in Dublin, living in London with Peter, my two daughters, Wilson our Spaniel & Woordow our Malshih (Shih Tzu-Maltese cross)
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10 Responses to Flinders Street Station

  1. That is such a beautiful–and professorish–city!

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  2. Al says:

    A valiant attempt for sure. Looks like a beautiful structure and was probably standing pretty much by itself at one time.

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  3. Grannymar says:

    The Clery’s clock of Melbourne!

    Flinders station looks dwarfed by such characterless buildings – bar the church spire. I often wonder how these so called ‘modern’ stacks will last and look 104 years down the line?

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    • Barbara says:

      Indeed. Most things built in the 60’s are being knocked down.. i wonder how the 80’s buildings will stand the test of time.

      Those tall buildings do have their uses though…. see my new comment 🙂

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  4. Barbara says:

    I’ve found another photo of it… this time from the air!
    Flinders Street Station from the Eureka Tower

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  5. Grannymar says:

    No wonder it was difficult to capture in one photo at ground level.

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