Tuesday/ Perth, old and new

Here are pictures from my random walk around Perth downtown on Tuesday.  The train ride from Bull Creek Station here in the southern burbs to the Perth downtown station is just 11 minutes.

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The Perth Arena is an entertainment and sporting arena in the city center of Perth, and opened in 2012.
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The Railway Hotel operated from 1847 through the late 1900s and its façade was partially demolished by a developer – in contravention of a stop work order. He was prosecuted under the Heritage Act and ordered to rebuild the façade.
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The Old Perth Technical School building is ‘a restrained and incomplete example of the Federation Free Medieval architectural style’, says Wikipedia. It now houses offices and specialty stores.
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The Perth railway station has been around since 1894, and today serves six railway lines and serves as a bus terminus as well.
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Built in 1936, in the ‘Inter-War Classical Style’, the Bank of New South Wales now houses retail stores.
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The Wentworth Hotel was built in 1928.

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