9 Most Beautiful Europe Train Stations

By on June 4, 2014

Railways hold centuries back of history in transporting people and goods. Whether it is regular railway station, or a metro station, few of them constructed with utmost beauty.

They have become as an important monuments instead of railway stations. There are many beautiful railways around the world, but this article highlights about the beautiful Europe train stations.

Let us have a look at some of the beautiful railway stations in Europe that have become as monuments rather than just train stations.

Antwerpen-Centraal Station, Belgium

Europe Train Stations - Antwerpen-Centraal Station

Antwerpen-Centraal Station, also known as Antwerp Central Station is located in Antwerp of Belgium. This is not just one of most beautiful European railway stations, but also a beautiful one in the world.

It holds a history of more than a century. It was constructed between 1895 and 1905, as a replacement for original wooden constructed Brussels-Mechelen-Antwerp Railway station. It is actually a stone clad building, which has a vast dome constructed over the waiting hall.

St Pancras International, London

Europe Train Stations - St Pancras International

This beautiful European railway station was called as St Pancras Railway station, and also as London St Pancras till 2007. It is often termed as the cathedral of the railways.

Simon Calder, the famous travel journalist described is the world’s most wonderful railway station. When you are at this railway station, take your time and see all the items of art, particularly the bronze statue known as “The Meeting Place”.

Estacion de Madrid Atocha, Madrid

Europe Train Stations - Estacion de Madrid Atocha

Estacion de Madrid Atocha is also known as Madrid Puerta de Atocha. In English, it is known as Madrid Atocha. It is largest railway station in Madrid. It is not just the largest but also the first railway station of Madrid.

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