Photographer's Note

The railway station in the Belgian city of Bruges was built in 1838. The modern building of the station was built in 1939. The railway station divides Bruges into two parts-on the one hand there is a new part of the city, and on the other side is the old part.
Despite the cosmic sensations from some foreshortenings of the station, our train was in appearance from 1939, which created the feeling of an Old School of Science fiction.

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