One of Melbournes most recognisable landmarks, the railway station on the corner of Flinders and Swanston streets is among the citys busiest. The first railway station established in any Australian city it also featured a concert hall and sprawling ballroom.
Ask any local to meet you "under the clocks" and they will know exactly where to find you - a row of time keepers are positioned above the main entrance, beneath the arched yellow facade and prominent dome built in 1909.
Hand embossed, signed and numbered - Limited edition of only 20 of each size and colour.
This illustration has been designed and printed in Melbourne, Australia, on a high quality white textured stock and is packed flat on heavy weight cardboard and inside a cellophane sleeve.
Frame not included.
Please note: Light Grey, Mint Green and Sky Blue A4 - SOLD OUT
Price: 44.95 from The Block Shop
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