Bunbury Railway Station plaque

Bunbury Railway Station plaque.Public Art,

Public Art : Bunbury Railway Station plaque

Designed by : Unknown

Description: A bronze plaque featuring an etching of the Bunbury railway station attached on a granite rock marking the location of the city's first railway station.

Date Unveiled: The Bunbury Railway Station plaque was unveiled by the Mayor of Bunbury, Dr Manea on the 3rd of March, 1968.

Location: The Bunbury Train Station plaque can be found on the Bunbury City Council grounds, at the corner of Prinsep and Wittenoom Streets, Bunbury, Western Australia.

Inscription:

 

BUNBURY RAILWAY STATION

This site (circa 1893)
First railway- This district
Bunbury - Boyanup 1887

Perth - Picton Junction
linked by rail - 1893

This plaque

unveiled by his worship

the Mayor of Bunbury

DR.E.C. MANEA

on 3rd March 1968

to honour

The courage, endurance and enterprise

of Western Australia's early settlers.

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