Posted on October 17, 2022October 17, 2022 by WillemMonday/ Central Station I took the train to the city to check out Brisbane Central Station today. Here comes my train: the northbound train on the Ferny Grove Line approaching the Park Road Station. Four stops later gets one to Central Station. There are 6 platforms for the 6 lines that serve the city and its suburbs. I had just stepped off the train. Inside the main hall of Central Station: a pretty standard train station hallway with information screens, ticket counters and a few places to get something to eat. The Ann Street entrance and the original 1889 building for the Brisbane Central Station. St Andrew’s Uniting Church, at the corner of Ann Street and Creek Street. Designed by George David Payne and built in 1905 by Alexander Lind & Son. Anzac Square & Memorial Galleries is located just across the street from Central Station. This is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dedicated Memorial Queensland, in honor of First Nations servicemen and women in Brisbane. The memorial is brand new, and was unveiled in May of 2022. A little further on is Post Office Square with stores and a food hall below street level. The main Australia Post post office is across the street. I endeavored to buy some 2022 issue Australian postage stamps, one set with Australian dinosaurs on and another set of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, but they were out of stock on both counts. These interesting geometric window pane patterns are on the Brisbane Club Tower nearby. There is coffee everywhere in the city, and a few Starbucks locations as well. I thought Starbucks had withdrawn entirely from Australia, but there are still 50 or so locations in the Brisbane, Melbourne, Gold Coast and Sydney areas.