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Museum Escapades: Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

Museum Escapades

When we heard that the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station was closing to be preserved, we felt that we should go for the tour. But alas, the tour slots that we wanted were all booked. Never to be deterred, four fifths of the Adventure Crew (Raven was having an exciting adventure at Hong Kong Disneyland) – Avarielle, Mintea, Sarah and the self – made our way to the train station on our own for pictures.

PHOTO BLOG WARNING
(mostly because I don’t want to take the impact of the pictures away from the post a.k.a. am lazy/ busy)

Bus Stop
Heading in…
Posters from the Past =)
The entrance foyer
The front facade
The centerpiece of the station
Ticketing
Slice of the past?
A place full of M’Sian vibes.
This reminds me of a scene in “Town Boy” by Lat… “Frankie!”
Dining along the tracks
Le tracks.
Goofin’ around with cameras.
At one end of the tracks.
Another symbol of nostalgia…
Obligatory feet shoot.
And this post comes to an end =)

Hope you enjoyed the pictures =) Will update further when I get more information about the Station.

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One thought on “Museum Escapades: Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

  1. Hi! Came here via Sarah’s blog. I was lucky enough to get some tickets for the pmb tour and while it was a rather insightful tour, there are many details and facts abt the railway station that u can get off the internet. Dont worry, u didnt miss much(; its great that u guys enjoy exploring Singapore and embarking on different adventures together!

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