The reason for the trip to Midland on Monday was to take some pics of the mural shown yesterday but there was so much more to see. The rows and rows of almost a century old buildings here at the Midland Railway Workshops, now 'zones of significance' were the main workshops for WA Government Railways for over 80 years. Generations of workers, including many European migrants would have been devastated when the workshops were closed in 1994 ending 90 years of WA Railway history. I am definitely returning when I get my camera back, using my old camera was tricky and although the rain did create atmosphere, it would be easier not to have to duck and dive for cover. If you click the link here you will see an overview model of what we are looking at from ground level, you should, it's interesting :) happy Wednesday, take care and stay safe.. P.s. If you are interested in the history of railway workshops like this click the Midland Railway Workshop link above..