According to the Singapore Land Authority, the iconic Tanjong Pagar Railway Station (TPRS) will be opened to the public on Christmas this Friday (Dec 25), from 9am to 6pm.

During the public holiday, you can take the opportunity to visit the historic site to take photos or sketch their impressions of the national monument. You may then deposit these drawings at the former ticketing counter of the station, and the drawings may be displayed at future openings, SLA added.

If you, like us are unfamiliar with the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, do take this opportunity this Friday to check out the place. The last opening was last month during Deepavali. Here are some photos of the TPRS for your photo taking inspirations this Friday:

Red on rail. #tanjongpagarrailwaystation

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#tanjongpagarrailwaystation #singapore #longweekend #weekendswiththetroublemaker

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In between past and present. #TanjongPagarRailwayStation

A photo posted by 薛,明辉. Minghui (@thehuizax) on

Awash in red.

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Ready set go! #Tanjongpagar #Tanjongpagarrailwaystation #Singapore #Vsco #Streetphotography

A photo posted by Nurul Islam (@nrlislm) on

Excited yet? Let us know if you do drop by the railway station on Friday! 🙂

Address: 30 Keppel Rd, 089059

Opening: 9am – 6pm

Date: 25th December 2015

 
 
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