The fascinating history of All Saints Ainslie Church in Canberra is worth studying. Every brick was brought from Sydney Rookwood Cemetery. The church was used to be a railway station in Rookwood. Once the railway was no longer using the rail to transport the dead then it was bought by church and relocated to Ainslie, however the construction with the bell is opposites in comparison to the original. I don't have all the facts about the reason why that was the case but it's fascinating to me.
I wanted this shot in my photo library since I first known about this railway station about a year ago. The drive to Canberra this time I have plan my visits with all the tourist attractions that I wanted to capture. This was one of the must have shot.