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This historic station now stands in a wilderness of demolished buildings and has clearly seen better days. If it eventually gets used as part of a new station for HS2 then I hope that the whole surrounding area is tidied up and made a little...More
Curzon Street Station in Birmingham is the Station that saw the arrival of the first train to the City from London on 17th September 1838, a plaque commemorates the 150th Anniversary of this on the front of the building... The building sits boarded up and...More
The curzon street station is truly a hidden gem to find, right opposite the think tank at millennium point the station is mostly just a vast gated open space with the exception of this building, used as a station from 1836 to 1966 and had...More