Officially, the first railway line was between Havana and Güines in the present Republic of Cuba, then still a province of Spain. That line was inaugurated in 1837. A few years later, a rail link was built between Barcelona and Mataró. We look at some of the most beautiful train stations in Spain. The Barcelona […]The most beautiful train stations in Spain — InSpain.news
Although the refurbishment work on Canfranc station is nearing completion, it is still astonishing in its architectural style and size. Apart from the fact that sensitive souls can pick up a somewhat haunted atmosphere, nothing hints at the station’s past. It was the setting for the transport of gold stolen by the Nazis, international espionage […]What happend in this impressive ghost train station? — InSpain.news
Timing is everything for a railway station and that’s especially true for the legendary Canfranc station on the Spanish-French border.
The international railway station was a product of its time, but unfortunately was built after that time.
Fortunately it’s set for a new lease of life as a hotel which will, not as much return it to glory, but to give it some in the first place.
If all goes to plan people who soon be all aboard and stopping there.