The rail­way sta­tion is a quite famil­iar place for any trav­el­er. But, if you find your­self at any sta­tion from this list, all the usu­al wor­ries, such as study­ing the sched­ule, buy­ing tick­ets, and oth­ers, will sure­ly fade into the back­ground.
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Take, for exam­ple, the Brock­en­heimer Warte sta­tion in Frank­furt. The entrance is some­what rem­i­nis­cent of the train sta­tion from the well-known Har­ry Pot­ter films. The archi­tect was clear­ly in a good mood, and cre­ative­ly approached the design of this sta­tion. Brockenheimer station
Michi­gan Cen­tral Sta­tion was built in 1913. Only one thing is not clear — why was it nec­es­sary to place the sta­tion in such a huge and lux­u­ri­ous build­ing? At the moment, the sta­tion is under the threat of demo­li­tion due to dilap­i­da­tion, and it is impos­si­ble to car­ry out repairs in it:
michigan train station

The Nord­park rail­way sta­tion in Aus­tria includes sev­er­al sta­tion com­plex­es, each of which is indi­vid­u­al­ly designed. This sta­tion was built in a futur­is­tic style, as if it moves pas­sen­gers into the future. The idea of ​​the project was devel­oped by archi­tect Zaha Hadid:
railroad station

Louis Union Sta­tion in Mis­souri was built in 1894. At that time it was the largest and busiest rail­way sta­tion in the world. In the 1980s, it was turned into a lux­u­ry hotel, which was log­i­cal and more in line with the archi­tec­turebeautiful train station

Let’s move to Cana­da, to the unusu­al Colum­bus train sta­tion in Toron­to. She is already over 100 years old, the sta­tion was built in 1895, but closed in 1930. In our time, the build­ing has been restored, and the Ohio Fire Depart­ment is locat­ed here. The unusu­al struc­ture lies in the mix­ture of styles and archi­tec­tur­al trends:

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unusual stations

The train sta­tion de Atocha is a famous land­mark in Madrid. It was built in 1892. The archi­tects were Alber­to di Pala­cio and Gus­tav Eif­fel him­self (if you did­n’t guess, he built the Eif­fel Tow­er). Two decades ago, a botan­i­cal gar­den was built in the build­ing, replete with many plants and even ani­mals. Pret­ty strange — the gar­dens in the sta­tion build­ing, isn’t it?
Next on our list is Stock­holm Cen­tral Sta­tion. All the lines of the Stock­holm metro inter­sect here, and the world’s longest art gallery is also locat­ed, which is also not quite usu­al for a rail­way sta­tion 🙂 This struc­ture was built in nat­ur­al cat­a­combs under­ground
stockholm station

Sin­ga­pore Expo Sta­tion was designed by design­er Nor­man Fos­ter and built in 2000. From the out­side, it looks like a UFO, with a roof that reflects the sun’s rays and keeps the build­ing cool inside. This style of archi­tec­ture is not new to the pro­gres­sive and con­stant­ly under con­struc­tion Sin­ga­pore, how­ev­er, the sta­tion build­ing has noth­ing to do with clas­si­cal build­ings, and there­fore is includ­ed in this list.singapore railway station
Our selec­tion is com­plet­ed not at all by the sta­tion, but by the tourist tun­nel through which a spe­cial train runs. This mir­a­cle is locat­ed in Shang­hai, flu­o­res­cent lamps burn along the entire tun­nel, cre­at­ing bright col­ors that immerse a per­son in psy­che­del­ic delir­i­um. The length of the tun­nel is only 647 meters, but the jour­ney through it will be remem­bered for a life­time — this is a fact.
tourist tunnel in shanghai