Cadbury Chocolate Factory
The architecture of the chocolate factory is in stark contrast to the Dunedin Railway Station and buildings around the Octagon.
The Octagon, Dunedin, New Zealand - 2014
The Poet Robert Burns is a much reverred oersion in the Scottish ancestry of Dunedin
A walk up these steps into the Cathedral is a test of fate if you have a heart condition. It has a delightful interior, and if you are lucky enough to hear the organ playing you are in for a special treat.
Town Hall, Dunedin, New Zealand
With a predominantly grey exterior, I think these old buildings look great in B&W
A visit inside one of these tanks where they are proud do turn on a "chocolate" waterfall will turn you off chocolate for life.
A visit to Dunedin would not be complete without a visit to the Cadbury Chocolate Factory.
Dunedin Railway Station
Reported to be one of the most photographed buildings in the World, and for good reason.
In stark contrast to today's simplistic but functional designs.
Beautifully kept and colourful gardens are in the forecourt of the station. A great place to sit back and admire the architechture on a sunny day.
In contrast to modern day stations adorned with randon graffiti and so called "Urban Art," the detail and feature of this station is a joy to behold.
Just imagine the cost of building something like this now.
A colourful English style garden is a necessary adjunct to this wondeeful building. The Kiwi's are justifiable proud of this treasure.