The building at the centre of the ongoing train station tragedy in Sydney’s Wansford is to be torn down to make way for a new station.
The new train station, which is to open in 2020, will be the first to open up in Sydney since the death of the original Wansfords.
Wansford Station is being demolished to make room for a train station to be built at the site in the middle of the Sydney CBD, according to a report in the New York Times.
The site, located at the end of the train tracks, was the site of a notorious train station fire in the 1990s, when dozens of people were trapped in the building.
There are a number of reasons why the building will be torn up, according the Times, including a lack of interest from developers and a lack, at the moment, of funding to repair the site.
However, the construction of the new train stations will also mean that the site will be open to the public for up to a year.
The site is located on the site where a fire in 1991 killed more than 60 people and injured hundreds.