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Saturday, November 04, 2006
Dunedin Railway Station
This old-stone Flemish Renaissance-style railway station might just be the most photographed building in New Zealand. Once the country’s biggest and busiest railway station, it now services the Taieri Gorge Railway, a tourist venture. But its opulent architecture, Royal Doulton mosaic entrance floor and stained glassed windows of locomotives attracts hundreds of visitors daily To see why . DK Eyewitness Travel ranks it among the 200 must see places in the world, check out the photos at DavidWallPhoto.com.