Tuesday, June 09, 2020

Halifax Before Eureka 2

The second of two of my photographs from the 1980s showing that area of Halifax close to the Railway Station, which is now the home of Eureka! The National Children's Museum. When I took this photograph, the remnants of the old railway sidings were still in place. The street above the large stone wall is School Street, and the floodlights of the Shay can be seen in the distance. I must have taken this shot from the bridge that leads to the entrance of the station. A similar view now would be dominated by the Eureka building.

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