Photographer's Note

With the closure of many rural railway lines throughout South Australia many wonderful old stations are now slowly decling and falling into decay.

This is the Burra Railway Station, built in 1883. A once proud structure, it's now rather run down and in need of the National Trust to step in and limit any further degradation.

Burra is in the Mid North of South Australia, a day trip from Adelaide. The town grew to prominece and prosperity following the discovery of copper in the mid 1800's.

Little post processing was need. Some adjustments to Levels and Unsharp Mask. It was a great day for photography.

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Additional Photos by David Lynden (Dave2006) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 102 W: 0 N: 74] (323)
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