Auckland Railway Station

Auckland Railway Station

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Auckland Railway Station is the former main railway station of Auckland, New Zealand, and is located on the eastern edge of the Auckland CBD near Mechanics Bay. It was a city landmark from the time it was opened in 1930, and is a grand architectural statement in beaux-arts brick and mortar, having been called "one of the most self-consciously monumental public buildings erected in early twentieth-century New Zealand." The building was designed by William Henry Gummer, a student of Sir Edward Lutyens and architect of various notable New Zealand buildings such as the Dilworth Building in Queen Street. The station closed in late July 2003 when services were moved to the new Britomart Transport Centre. The former platform 4 of the station has been retained for excursion use as The Strand, named after a nearby street; it continued to be used by a limited number of peak-hour suburban trains for a few months following the opening of more

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