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  • The New Seoul Station opened June 8, 2003.  It is directly adjacent to the old station and is a major transportation hub for multiple passenger and freight lines.The New Seoul Station opened June 8, 2003.  It is directly adjacent to the old station and is a major transportation hub for multiple passenger and freight lines.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

With multiple rail lines, passenger and freight, this is still a busy place, though all train stops are now at the adjecent New Station, completed in 2003, including the high speed KTX.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

With multiple rail lines, passenger and freight, this is still a busy place, though all train stops are now at the adjecent New Station, completed in 2003, including the high speed KTX.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

View from across the busy street with construction still going on.  Beware the traffic!  Use the pedestrian underpasses.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

View from across the busy street with construction still going on.  Beware the traffic!  Use the pedestrian underpasses.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Compass Rose installed for the centennial celebration of the Korea National Railroad Centennial in 1999.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Compass Rose installed for the centennial celebration of the Korea National Railroad Centennial in 1999.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

The Neo-Baroque clock prominently mounted in the front of the station.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

The Neo-Baroque clock prominently mounted in the front of the station.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Two wings were added in 1960 to handle increased use.  It is being converted to a museum and will be opened in 2011.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Two wings were added in 1960 to handle increased use.  It is being converted to a museum and will be opened in 2011.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Designed by Tsukamoto Yasushi of Tokyo Imperial University who also designed Tokyo Station.  This eclectic architecture reflects Byzantine influences, among others.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Designed by Tsukamoto Yasushi of Tokyo Imperial University who also designed Tokyo Station.  This eclectic architecture reflects Byzantine influences, among others.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

View from the southeast.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

View from the southeast.6/23/2009
  • This building was built by the Japanese Empire so that they could use the Seoul-Uiju Line and the Seoul-Wonsan Line to invade the Chinese mainland.  Construction was begun in June, 1922 and completed in September, 1925.  The total area is 269,095 square meters, and the buildingThis building was built by the Japanese Empire so that they could use the Seoul-Uiju Line and the Seoul-Wonsan Line to invade the Chinese mainland.  Construction was begun in June, 1922 and completed in September, 1925.  The total area is 269,095 square meters, and the building6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

The front Diocletian window. The Diocletian window — a semicircular window divided into three parts by two vertical mullions — takes its name from the Baths of Diocletian in Rome, and are a common feature in Palladian architecture.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

The front Diocletian window. The Diocletian window — a semicircular window divided into three parts by two vertical mullions — takes its name from the Baths of Diocletian in Rome, and are a common feature in Palladian architecture.6/23/2009
  • Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Like most railroad stations, there are many homeless people who hang out here, but it is also a crossroads for travelers.Seoul Railroad Station: Historic Site No. 258

Like most railroad stations, there are many homeless people who hang out here, but it is also a crossroads for travelers.6/23/2009
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