#WindsorStation, 1886, replaced the 1859 version with this multilevel delight. Ramp here, bridge over there, all squeezed together. Repainted in very dark, bold, #originalcolours the 90s, as part of the first proper upgrade of all the stations for decades. The #tuckpointing of the #polychromebrick is much more recent, really lifts it, looks fantastic, must have cost a mint. The repainting was part of the first general upgrade for decades, included restoring many historic stations, in this case a very #VictorianColourScheme, determined by #paintscrapes, a bit shocking at the time - a very #darkbrown, with #yellowochre contrast and #deepcream highlights. The dark brown matches the dark brown #HawthornBricks. The final effect is so rich ! Hard to believe the place was once all very run down, the street level building empty, all the #woodwork painted white, the doors, and #ironwork painted green. Then run down again by 2010, with peeling paint and graffiti - goad and a bit surprised it was further restored, keeping the dark colours, instead of lightened up.