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RAILWAY STATION, CLAREMONT

c. 1910
Overview

B/W Print. Taken looking west from former bridge between island platform and Shenton Road used by Royal Show crowds. Station master's house on left with waiting room, parcels & ticket office opening onto platform with verandah above. Perth bound train at island platform with people boarding carriages. Central building with ladies' waiting room and toilets and overhanging roof providing passenger shelter. Two rail lines and additional platform (used for Show trains and troop trains during WW2). Rear of corrugated iron goods shed on right. Bridge, with access to three platforms, and signal box in background.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-28--3-134
Year
c. 1910
Claremont Museum

Claremont Museum

Organisation Details
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