Windows of Flinders Street Station

“Stop looking at the walls; look out the window.” – Karl Pilkington

This is the Flinders Street Station, designed in 1899 by James Fawcett and H. P. C. Ashworth. It has since become Melbourne’s most popular iconic landmark.

It has now become the busiest pedestrian crossing across Flinders Street. It is also a famous landmark so it has also become a popular meeting place for people as well as in recent times become a site for rallies.

A close up of the top windows of the station.

Details of the clock window and column on the facade of the Filnders Street Railway Station.

Monday Windows – Flinders Street Railway Station

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