Letter E in the Blogging from A-Z April challenge
Entrances and Exits
Might be pushing this one a bit
there are some who might say they are called something else lol

Last week I had to go into the city

to return a grandchild to its parent
School Holidays lol
So it meant I was able to have a look around at some of the marvellous
Entrances and Exits
close to our main railway station

This is the Great West Door
of St Paul’s Anglican Catherdral
http://rogerbrown.tripod.com/test/cathedral.html

From the outside
For a clearer view
click on these photos to enlarge

From the inside

The beautiful wide stepped entrance
making their way up to the doors of the Regent Theatre
with its fabulous window

A bank of three fabulous doors
to the Elevators or Lifts
as they are known in some parts of the world
in the Manchester Unity Building 
Flinders Street Station
An easily recognised entrance and exit in Melbourne
This is where I catch the train home
to my outer eastern suburb near the hills
If it stops at all stations along the way its nearly an hour
So I try to time it so I get an express:)

For many years this was the place to meet
‘Meet you on the steps under the clocks’
was the saying
The clocks were related to each of the train lines
and gave the time of the next train on that line
and the platform it would leave from
Like all things these days its been replaced
by an electronic board inside the forecourt
And right across the road from the station
there ready to quench the thirst of many a weary traveller
on their way to work and on their way home
who even have their own wikipedia entry

This is also my post for My World Tuesday

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