Station Restored – July 2016

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  1. I wrote a comment to you in May after I had made my first visit for several decades, sadly much of the building was clad in scaffolding: The new set of images you have here are brilliant, so I have made a mental note to revisit as soon as I can. However, that may be next year sometime as I live in south Wales. Congratulations to all involved with the refurbishment work – it looks great!

    • Thank you Stuart! Forgive the lengthy delay, but we are still learning about the features of WordPress! So we have only just noticed that we can reply to comments! We are very proud of our beautiful station, it is indeed unique in the world we think! Cheers, Brenda (co-Admin)

    • Thank you Stuart! Forgive the lengthy delay, but we are still learning about the features of WordPress! So we have only just noticed that we can reply to comments! We are very proud of our beautiful station, it is indeed unique in the world we think! Cheers, Brenda (co-Admin)
      By the way, please forgive us if you receive this reply twice – we noticed our response email was incorrect – B

  2. My name is John Laurence and i grew up in Skelmorlie from 1949 to 1963, i have lived in Melbourne since that time although i have been back in the area a few times since. I actually worked in the booking office in the station during the mips 1950’s an took great pride in the station ion these years as a porter named Dick Johnstone had the enviable duty of looking after the flowers that beautified the middle of the station during the 50’s. I often look at the website and take pride in being involved ads did my dad in the goods scion of the station during the early 50’s. Good to see that it is still attracting many visitors and interest.
    John Laurence

    • Thank you John – we love getting positive comments like yours!
      How nice to hear from someone who kept the Station bonny fifty years ago!
      Cheers
      Brenda (Co-Admin)

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