|Greetings from the Critique Club!
I think this photo captures some of the character of this old station. The sepia color works well, adding to the "old" feeling. But it lacks an element to grab the viewer's attention, making it a bit boring.
The face of the station is in shadow, making it appear rather flat. Early morning or late afternoon light (whichever would illuminate this particular side of the building) would bring out the textures of the bricks and cause the metal roof support to cast interesting shadows. I long to see the left edge of the roof; including it would give better balance and hopefully keep the left corner from looking slanted (it isn't; it just appears that way because of the curve above it). But I like the perspective and the window with the light frame makes a great center of interest.
The focus is great, although soft (I think a bit more USM would have helped, although that's really a matter of taste). Being mostly in shadow with a bright sky in the background, the photo is somewhat underexposed, causing detail to be lost in the dark shadows.