This station building is huge and now a world heritage site. The architecture is Gothic and awe-inspiring - just try and gaze at it for awhile while outside.
Inside is busy although we were not there during the rush hour. However, photos are only permitted with "permission" so we were told to move on and out again!
The peak hour crowds are well-known - if you are brave, that is!
We chickened out and arrived after the masses had departed.
It's the exterior of the building that is most worthy of a visit - very beautiful.
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