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The original train station in Jerusalem included a two-story building with two side wings of one floor, a mechanism for changing the direction of the train, a shelter and a large water tank. The architecture was influenced by European and Templar elements of the 19th century. The building was quite similar to the Jaffa station building, except for building materials – when local limestone was used at the Jerusalem station. Over time, various additions were built, including a thick layer of concrete that covered the roof in fear of the bombing of the Italian planes during the British Mandate.

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