All Aboard!

I love the detailing on the facade of dfalkner’s modular Train Station, especially the main crescent-shaped window, the contrasting colours of the planter box dividing the entrance and the way the corner stone columns frame the building.

There are a lot of different curves in the windows, yet they work harmoniously!  I chose to show this angle of the building as it also shows off the lovely glass roof, which is also curved.

At the rear of the station, passengers who have gone through the turnstiles can have a snack from the small take away while they await their train.

The interior is as beautifully detailed as the exterior.  See all the images here!

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Station Master

studhead’s latest train station, the Museum London Underground Station, surely earns him the title of stationmaster.  I love the contrast between the beautiful, dark plate work and the tan stone work on the front facade.

Studhead-Front

The charm continues on the inside, with great use of the crates to create the lift doors.

Studhead-Interior

Check out studhead’s flickr stream for more images of this beautiful station as well as his earlier creations.