Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (20 February 2015)

The former Tanjong Pagar Railway Station was opened once again to the public on 20 February 2015, Chinese New Year Day 2. The station will be opened to the public on every Singapore public holiday from now onwards, until further plans for the station has been drawn up.

The facade of the station remains unchanged.

The waiting and ticketing hall of the station. The wall height of the first floor has been repainted.

The ticketing counter, with all signs removed.

The station master’s office.

The true end of the line at KM 783.448.

The Malaysian immigration counters.

Line 3’s headshunt.

The station will be open on Singapore public holidays from now onwards.


2 thoughts on “Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (20 February 2015)

  1. Greta C says:

    What’s so amazing, is how built environment has mostly gone, from a time where the structures help tell a deeper cultural story, to modern bland, souless structures, you could, for the most part, drop on any street corner and it would make little difference. Appreciated the read and great images!

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