Amsterdam Central Station has been a building site already for we don’t know how many years – just like Damrak, Rokin, Ferdinand Bol street, etc. Thanks to the new subway line connecting the North to the South of Amsterdam – taking longer to build than the Chinese wall – and thanks to our ‘wonderful’ poldermodel (read: everyone has a voice in governing the city). But, sorry, we’re drifting off (politically). The Dutch Railway probably thought it was time to do something back for its traveler, so it disclosed its royal waiting room that is normally not open to the public – together with a bunch of information about the details. Here‘s another screenshot. You can wonder through them in 3D and there’s also an app for when you’re waiting for one of their delayed trains. They’ve also disclosed the waiting room of Den Haag HS. Soon more waiting rooms will follow. Created by Yune.