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Dunedin Railway Station
Dunedin Railway Station is situated in Anzac Square and was designed by George Troup. After opening in 1906 the station was quick to become one of the country’s busiest handling up to 100 trains a day. The station features Flemish renaissance styling with mosaic flooring and the building’s exterior consisting of dark basalt and softer limestone, giving the station its name as “Gingerbread George”. As a result of its exquisite architecture and design and well-kept grounds the building has been named as one of New Zealand’s most majestic heritage buildings.