Perth CBD: 16 November 2010

I had some time to spare after my walk down Beaufort Street so decided to take photos of parts of the CBD that I didn’t manage to cover the day before.

Perth Railway station was built between 1883-84 and continues to serve as the city’s primary and largest railway station.

The retail/office space around the Wesley Church was revamped just over a year ago.

The building is unfortunately going to be used for office space above the retail on street level. A shame, as it is perfect for a bar/restaurant.

The Art Deco Gledden building was constructed between 1937-38, inspired by developments in New York City and Chicago at the time.

Heading west along Hay Street.

Shafto Lane has always been activated to an extent, but the focus is becoming more dining/drinking related, which has added an extra layer of vibrancy to the lane.

The other half of Shafto Lane, hopefully to be activated.

Murray Street

Milligan Street

Heading East down Hay Street

St George’s Terrace

View from the Esplanade

Esplanade Train Station

The Belltower

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