This contest is for your photos showing the architectural details of railway station buildings. You may include the concourses and platform areas so long as they are accessible to the public. The stations may be currently in use or may be on a preserved/heritage railway. Please do not enter any images of abandoned stations or station buildings that are now used for other purposes. You may include people or trains, but the clear focus of your image should be the architecture. Images may be wider angles or you may want to get close in to some interesting architectural detail.
Your image should be monochrome. That includes black and white, or tones like sepia or cyanotype. Please do not enter selectively coloured images in this contest.
To be eligible for judging please include the location of the station in the title or description, not in hashtags. In the interests of fairness please do not include any means of identification within your image, title, description or hashtags.
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