This open wooden structure of turned posts and bracketed crossbeams has glazed interior partitions and a shake shingle roof with a slight Japanese flair. Neighborhood volunteers help maintain this quaint station, far removed from the slick modern metal and glass bus stop shelters of which it is an ancestor.
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South Downing Street Waiting Station
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