The Presence that Changed the World


Kuala Lumpur Railway Station in 1952


Kuala Lumpur Railway Station still looks similar even now - the classic style built by the British was sympathetic to local customs and traditions and has been cherished even in post-colonial times.

Picture courtesy of Slim School


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