As Mladen Miletic/Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the ongoing renovation of the Osijek railway station building is now coming to an end. The renovation contract was signed back in March 2021 by Minister of Transport Oleg Butkovic and Ivan Krsic in front of the HZ (Croatian Railways) Board, and the value of the project was estimated to stand at 25 million kuna.
The expected deadline for the completion of the works on Osijek railway station was the spring of 2023, and apparently the people of Osijek and everyone who comes to the city on the Drava by train will be greeted by the newly renovated building on time. Otherwise, the Osijek railway station building is an attractive representative example of beautiful nineteenth century architecture because it was built way back in 1870.
The ongoing works on the building were divided into three different stages back at the beginning. In the first phase, work was carried out on the western, unused part of the building, and in the second, on the eastern wing, where there are rooms being used by Croatian Railways’ services.
During this, the last phase of all, the central part of the Osijek railway station building with the waiting room and the ticket office is being renovated.
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