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First built in 1874, the Wellington Railway Station is currently New Zealand's busiest terminal. The U-shaped building is 23.5 metres high, 105.5 metres long and has national architectural significance.
First built in 1874, and officially completed in 1937, the Wellington Railway Station is New Zealand's busiest terminal.
The U-shaped building is 23.5 metres high, 105.5 metres long, with the front entrance of the station building dominated by a colonnade of eight, 13 metre Doric columns, opening onto a large booking hall decorated with a marble terrazzo floor and delicately mottled dados that extend to the high, vaulted ceiling.
The Wellington Railway Station has national architectural significance.