Part 1 of 3: Tanjong Pagar Railway Station.

It’s 1 July. The first train has departed from the new Woodlands station, while Tanjong Pagar and Bukit Timah Railway Stations have closed for good. The next three posts will be dedicated in memory of these historic stations, remembering them in pictures.


A fully packed carpark, during the last weeks of TPRS.


The KTM stations are run by Malaysia, hence the directions are in Malay.


Sold out to all destinations. Business was never this good.




Big, fresh, piping hot Goreng Pisang (with lots of crumbs ^^) going for just 60cents each. Kudos to msblock for making a few trips down as they’re snapped up within minutes.




Obviously still grumpy over the relocation. Or interrupted peace.






The TPRS building is a unique combination of Malay culture with colonial influences. Now that it’s officially closed and conserved, our only hope is that both the building and the tracks would remain as intact as possible.

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