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- Reuse of Railway Stations in NSW and a Sense of Place
- First International and Eighth Australian Engineering Heritage Conference 1996: Shaping Our Future; Proceedings
- Institution of Engineers, Australia, Barton, Australian Capital Territory, 1996, pp. 37-42
Shrinking of the NSW railway system, has made many railway stations redundant. Where a railway service or a station is no longer required, the station may be; demolished; placed into a museum; or adapted and reused. However preserving the station's sense of place requires more than just preserving, conserving, or restoring the building's physical fabric. This paper presents a range of examples of reuse. Implications of reuse for the station's sense of place are discussed.
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- First International and Eighth Australian Engineering Heritage Conference 1996: Shaping Our Future; Proceedings (Barton, Australian Capital Territory: Institution of Engineers, Australia, 1996), 210 pp, https://search.informit.com.au/browsePublication;res=IELENG;isbn=0858256614. Details