The railway station in the New South Wales, Australia town of Wagga Wagga opened on the 1st of September, 1879.
The design for the station can be seen below.
Adelaide, South Australia on the 31st of May, 1914. It was the last day the Glenelg train came up King William Street.
This photograph is dated the 20th of May, 1961, and is of Buckley Junction Station.
Buckley, a village in the Flintshire region of Wales, is known for its distinct dialect. The unique way of speech is dying out as people come and go from the area.
8th March 1891: A derailment on England’s Great Western Railway. The locomotive is photographed after being caught in a blizzard in Cornwall, near Camborne.
Today marks ninety years since the death of Thomas Hardy, famed English novelist of the Victorian era.
However, when Dorset-born Hardy first came to London, he was not making money as a writer.
One of his jobs was to clear graves to make way for the massive new St Pancras railway station, which opened in 1868.
Headstones were moved for the build, and stacked together. Today, there is a famous spot called the “Hardy Tree“, where – for the past 1.5 centuries – a tree has grown around them.