Railway House Heritage Interpretation plan

Wynyard Green Precinct

Railway House is a 12-storey, steel-framed building above Wynyard Station which opened in 1936 as the administrative offices of the state’s Department of Railways. In collaboration with curator John Murphy, Freeman Ryan Design prepared a heritage interpretive plan for Railway House to highlight the key architectural, cultural, industrial and technological features of the building. FRD designed and documented a series of heritage interpretation panels located in strategic positions throughout the building. The heritage interpretation is sensitive to the original fabric of Railway House, while retaining a clear presence and immediacy for its audience.

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