This is the Leederville train station, who I hope most are familiar with. It was designed by at least Tony Brand, but I know there were more involved, sorry I forgot names. It was part of the extension and revamp of the Clarkson line in the early 90s, with many other outstanding train stations built at the same time, including Forbes and Fitz’ Stirling and Warwick stations. This is an excelent example of train station architecture, it creates imagery of speed, movement and of the cutting edge. It also utilises devices that are repeated elsewhere in the line, in slick materials, tensioning cables, exposed structure and white paint. Beautiful.