My ride from KL to Tanjung Pagar Railway Station
will be my first and last one, just to pay tribute
to this majestic and beautiful station before it closes down,
anyway i'm very happy to hear that it will be preserved
together with the older Bukit Timah Station.
A relocation signboard at the Woodland's CIQ and the end to the immigration chaos.
The Express Sinaran Selatan preparing to leave Singapore for KL Sentral,
my 1pm ride out of Singapore after arriving here at 8am in the Senandung Sutera from KL.
The Locomotives preparing to do a run around operations.
One of a pair of hydraulic buffer at the end of the terminal,just in case the brakes fail,
made in 1930.
A torch by the side of the double faced clock.
This old padlock probably will never be open again.
Tasty Malay food will be missed by their regular customers
for when the station closes so will these stalls.
I hope they will be relocated nearby
but it will never be the same again.
Lion head decorations on the outer windows.
6 beautiful mural decorates the top wall of this beautiful station,
it looks much older than those of the Malaysian National Museum,
the mural depicts the old malayan life,
Bullock cart and malay village life,
Rubber tapping a main contributor to the economy then,
FMSR,Federated Malay States Railways was the name of the railway company
during the British Malaya period when this station was completed in 1932,
thus the theme of the decorations on the facade.
works by Rudolfo Nolli,symbolizing Agriculture,Commerce,Transport and Industry.