An architect has won an international competition for a scheme putting trains back on track on one of Europe's most historic but derelict stretches of railway.
Graham Moss designed a new station 3km south of the Berlin's Anhalter Bahnhof for his architecture diploma at Edinburgh College of Art. The area was part of one of Europe's biggest train interchanges before it was bombed. The scheme reinstated the track to encourage urban regeneration.
Moss was the only British winner in the competition run by French architectural magazine Le Carre Bleu. He is now working at Wren Rutherford Austin-Smith- Lord, the Scottish office of asl.