Troup, George Alexander (Sir), 1863-1941 (attributed): Perspective sketch for railway station, Dunedin - [1900?]
- Troup, George Alexander (Sir), 1863-1941
A Victorian Gothic style brick building, designed but not as built, seen from the front. A horse and carriage stand to the right of the building, with another in front. The building included a clock tower
Possibly a second entry ("in the Scottish baronial style") by Sir George Troup in the 1900 competition for a design for the station, which he won with a free-style baroque design, subsequently built. See TL 3/1/1, 15/10/1986, and Historic places in New Zealand, September 1986, p. 8-10.
Foundation stone for this station laid by Sir Joseph Ward in 1904
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