It is located on the corner of Flinders and Swanston, the city’s oldest train station. Built in 1854, the station serves the entirety of the Melbourne metropolitan rail and a few selected National Rail services to eastern Victoria. In the 1920s, Flinders Station was the world’s busiest train station and the terminus of the first-ever Australian Railway Line (Port-Melbourne). Its distinctive Edwardian façade was inaugurated in 1909 and has become a cultural icon of the Victorian Capital. However, legend has it that the building’s exotic characteristics were initially meant for Mumbai’s railway station and that they got swapped in the post.