“Tunnel Vision” - Museum Station, Sydney

It was a late Saturday night, and I just could not resist the temptation to capture a photo of an uncrowded Museum Railway Station. Museum is an underground station that began services in Sydney in December 1926; I guess that is old in Australian history terms. I actually think Museum is one of Sydney’s nicest railway stations with a genuine historic feel about it. I can tell you though; this station is nothing compared to the underground stations in Moscow, Russia. The underground railway stations in Moscow have to be really seen to be believed. I wonder how the Russian roaming security would go with me setting up my camera and tripod in their underground station?