Not the Future
2012-02-05 10:23 am (UTC)
What initially was the Emperor's Pavilion is now The Estonian Railway Museum along with the old trains standing in front of the platform. The bigger part of the complex, the initial Passengers' Building, is now in the service of the bus station, since Haapsalu is no longer connected with the rest of the country via railway. They were planning to reconnect the town in 2011 but alas they didn't. And the so-called Gallery, which is the veranda-like structure connecting the two buildings, is a place where different concerts take place in summertime.
If you ever do decide to visit this land, don't hesitate to ask me for suggestions on where to stay and what to see.
And I'd be very glad for any recolours, but especially worn wood. Thanks in advance.
By the way, whatever happened to that one window you promised to adjust for me a few years ago? :D
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