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Hi All,

this is a copyright free plan of of a neo classicistic railway station which were popular in Germany in the pre victorian era around the year of 1850 and following.

The above two tracks are at the arrival side of the station and the two tracks there below are at the departure side of the station.

The turntable in the left, ahead the building was an additional option but not been built at all of these buildings.

At Berlin and Hamburg had been built such stations in germany but Bern in Switzerland had a similar looking type of this station.

The old different railway stations of London are reflecting thy typical situation at any bigger City with lot of there connected railways before Union Stations had been built in other bigger Cities in central Europe.


                 

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