Railway Station Descriptive Writing Essays and Term Papers

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    Great white pillars guard the entrance to the railway which hold hand crafted iron gates, that have been there since the place has been built, now rusting under the attack from rain. Chaotic noises fill the inside: the quick paced footsteps of travelers searching for their train or train times and...

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  • A Railway Station

    his later poems that the railway icon show that this our world is the handiwork of a painter, not that of a blacksmith or artisan. A railway station is one of the features of modern civilisation. Here passengers as well as goods and luggages are booked. Every railway station is provided with a time-chart...

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  • A SCENE AT RAILWAY STATION

    The railway station is a very important place in every city. Here one can find people from all sections of the society and all parts of the country. It definitely presents a highly colorful scene. The rich and the poor both can be seen in great hurry at the railway station. Last Sunday I went to...

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  • Ningbo Railway Station

    Ningbo Railway Station is located at the prime area in Haishu district , its construction exerts fundamental influences on Ningbo city since it brings multitudes of positive changes to the city and the citizens, including improving the city’s image, boosting the city’s economy and offering the convenience...

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  • The disused railway station

    The disused railway station had once been the heart of the town. The clock tower stood proud and tall, kleeping the time for the town. They rebuilt the town in the early 90's in sections, and no longer used the railway station. The building had a listed status and could not be demolished nor changed...

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  • A Scene at the Railway Station

    A Scene at the Railway Station Railway Station is that place from where trains go and come. India has the largest network of railway stations spread through the length and breadth of the country. Most of the big towns and cities are linked with each other and quite a few villages that fall in the way...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    Ms. Gill ENG 3U – Per. 5 September 16, 2013 Descriptive Paragraph The much publicized meteor shower has finally arrived and is a much anticipated awaited aesthetic show. As I’m observing the dark night sky waiting for the gorgeous meteors to enter Earth’s atmosphere, I see the sensational stunning...

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    Descriptive Writing- Brodie Dashwood Rocking from side to side, I ran away from every problem I had in my life that was suffocating me. Now part of this included when I had to risk my life in need for that freedom I had been craving. My journey began 20 years ago, 5 whole years before I was locked down...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    room, like big, plush pillows, ready to be rested on. My desk shouts out for a clean, books thrown around everywhere, without a care. The detailed writing merely fading of the hand written poem, fresh off the press, lying on a hardly ever used dictionary. As I turn in my chair memories come spiralling...

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  • Descriptive writing

    Drip drop, drip drop… the young blonde haired woman was slumped on the fresh, bottle green grass in her local park which was bleached in sunlight; she felt the sizzling summer heat as tiny droplets of sweat trickled down her face. She lazily turned her face upwards to see the fierce August sun glaring...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    I could feel a gentle warm breeze that was blowing in from the west, bringing with it a mouth-watering smell of strawberry ice cream. Also with the wind came the enchanting smell of fresh salty air mixed with another smell that I didn’t recognise. The active bustling metropolitan was surrounded by rolling...

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    To what extent are Religious Monuments still used for what they were built for today? Discuss. Firstly, today religious monuments are used for tourism. Many people come from all over the world to visit famous monuments, which used to be used for religious practices or still even do. Some examples...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING | A scene at a concert | - A n i s h a S r i k a r I was starting to realise that concerts and I were a very bad combination. I had agreed to come here in hopes of actually enjoying it. Except, I was experiencing the exact opposite. While everyone else seemed to enjoy and move...

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  • Descriptive Essay on Subway Station

    Alexander Han Ms. Friedlander English 10 Honors, Pd.7 12 May 2011 Subway Station Standing in the subway station, people start to appreciate the place; almost to enjoy it. A boy looks at the lighting; a row of meager light bulbs, coated with filth, unscreened and bewitched to a yellow...

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    Descriptive Writing: To Write A Short Descriptive Piece About War Experiences Of A WWI Soldier. It was June 1916 and the waves crashed violently towards the boat. The spray from the sea hit the soldier’s faces and the icy wind blew down hard. The soldiers were waiting anxiously nervously as they slowly...

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  • Descriptive writing

    Happiness is one word that can explain a lot: happiness in emotion or feeling, happiness in celebration. There are many words that tie in to “happiness.” Three years ago our family celebrated my sister's Tata wedding to a man named Maxim. This was a memorable event in my life. A celebration in a...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING Beads of sweat trickled down my face as the sweltering sun continued to beat on down on me. The waves crashing rhythmically on the shore were tempting me to enter those enticing waters to cool off. But, no. I could not. I was here for a job. A job that needed me to stand here...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    My Krazy Kitchen Imagine a place that makes you happy just by thinking about it. That’s how I feel when I think about my cozy kitchen. It’s my favorite room in the house. Most people would say that there’s nothing special about my small kitchen. If you look closer, though, you’ll notice...

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  • Descriptive Writing

    My favorite place is El-Gouna. It is a very attractive place to visit. It has exquisite boats parked all around the impeccable marinas. The boast were all different from one another just like humans, you can’t find the same one twice, they were all unique. At night the boats shine like diamonds from...

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    Kyle Thomas Ms. Lodwick ENG 2P April 16, 2013 Beret A memento, a token, a keepsake, and a talisman can be anything from a small item kept in memory of the person who gave it to you or originally owned it, to an object kept as a reminder or souvenir of an event. A memento, a token, a keepsake and...

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