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Train stations is another post related to trains, like trains leaving the station, it has been requested by the spanish high-speed rail site altavelocidad.org (only available in spanish).

Let me know if you find it interesting in your comments, thank you.

View of Munich's Central Station from Hacker-bridge. Trains coming and leaving.

1 View of Munich's Central Station from Hacker-bridge. Trains coming and leaving. Credit: Julian Appel #
Farringdon station, London.

2 Farringdon station, London. Credit: strollerdos #
VITEBSKY RAILWAY STATION (formerly St. Petersburg, Tsarskoselsky, Moskovsko-Vindavo-Rybinsky Line, and Detskoselsky Railway Station) (52 Zagorodny Ave). The wooden building of Tsarskoselskaya Railway Station was constructed in August-September 1837 by architect K.A. Ton, near the crossing of Zagorodny Avenue and Vvedensky Canal. The first Russian train left the station on October 30,1837.

3 VITEBSKY RAILWAY STATION (formerly St. Petersburg, Tsarskoselsky, Moskovsko-Vindavo-Rybinsky Line, and Detskoselsky Railway Station) (52 Zagorodny Ave). The wooden building of Tsarskoselskaya Railway Station was constructed in August-September 1837 by architect K.A. Ton, near the crossing of Zagorodny Avenue and Vvedensky Canal. The first Russian train left the station on October 30,1837. Credit: Oleg Kovalenko #
Constructed at a cost of $6.5 million, St. Louis Union Station opened on September 1, 1894. Years later, the Train Shed was extended by another 30 feet in anticipation of the influx of visitors to the 1904 World's Fair. Between 1941 and 1945, 200 trains—and 100,000 people—passed through Union Station daily. It was the world's largest and busiest railroad terminal. The last train pulled out on October 31, 1978, destination Chicago.

4 Constructed at a cost of $6.5 million, St. Louis Union Station opened on September 1, 1894. Years later, the Train Shed was extended by another 30 feet in anticipation of the influx of visitors to the 1904 World's Fair. Between 1941 and 1945, 200 trains—and 100,000 people—passed through Union Station daily. It was the world's largest and busiest railroad terminal. The last train pulled out on October 31, 1978, destination Chicago. Credit: Timothy K. Hamilton #
Dmitrov`s rail station

5 Dmitrov`s rail station Credit: Ilya Tsvetkov "Nu.Clear.Photo" #
Disneyland Main Street Train Station

6 Disneyland Main Street Train Station Credit: Joe Penniston #
Central Station, Copenhagen, Denmark

7 Central Station, Copenhagen, Denmark Credit: Gerd Evermann #
Lviv Train Station

8 Lviv Train Station Credit: Przemek Więch #
Berlin East Station - Berlin Ostbahnhof. A former main railway station (1987 - 1998) in East Berlin (Friedrichshain).

9 Berlin East Station - Berlin Ostbahnhof. A former main railway station (1987 - 1998) in East Berlin (Friedrichshain). Credit: David Kolöchter #
Hamburgs Central Station - Hauptbahnhof

10 Hamburgs Central Station - Hauptbahnhof Credit: Kliefi #
living bridge in bologna train station - italy

11 living bridge in bologna train station - italy Credit: Paolo Màrgari #
Big Timber commuter rail station at night, Elgin, Illinois.

12 Big Timber commuter rail station at night, Elgin, Illinois. Credit: James Jordan #
A train station in the mountain. Rivisondoli / Pescocostanzo Station. Second highest Italian train station: 1240 mt. on the sea level

13 A train station in the mountain. Rivisondoli / Pescocostanzo Station. Second highest Italian train station: 1240 mt. on the sea level Credit: lorenzaccio #
The Station, Washingborough, Lincolnshire. Although Washingborough was, at the time, only a small village the creation of the Great Northern Railway's line from Lincoln to Boston in the middle of the 19th century gave the village it's own station as a line passed through here following the course of the River Witham. Opening in 1846 the station served the village and it's growing population until the 1960's when, in an attempt to control the spiralling cost of running the rail network, it fell under the Beeching Axe which saw many little-used and unprofitable lines disappear.

14 The Station, Washingborough, Lincolnshire. Although Washingborough was, at the time, only a small village the creation of the Great Northern Railway's line from Lincoln to Boston in the middle of the 19th century gave the village it's own station as a line passed through here following the course of the River Witham. Opening in 1846 the station served the village and it's growing population until the 1960's when, in an attempt to control the spiralling cost of running the rail network, it fell under the Beeching Axe which saw many little-used and unprofitable lines disappear. Credit: Lincolnian #
Old Train Station, Wakefield, Quebec, Canada

15 Old Train Station, Wakefield, Quebec, Canada Credit: Ian Muttoo #
A forgotten train station in Goderich.

16 A forgotten train station in Goderich. Credit: motionblur studios #
The Country Alliance surround Charing Cross Station. A photo of a rail station taken from the London Eye.

17 The Country Alliance surround Charing Cross Station. A photo of a rail station taken from the London Eye. Credit: Brian Yap #
Milan central station, Italy.

18 Milan central station, Italy. Credit: Paolo Màrgari #
Wakefield's Westgate train station under an inch or so of snow.

19 Wakefield's Westgate train station under an inch or so of snow. Credit: rofanator #
Taken at the light rail station in Denver at I-25 & Broadway

20 Taken at the light rail station in Denver at I-25 & Broadway Credit: Mike Shoup #

21 "Oriente" rail station. Lisbon, Portugal. Next to "Parque das Nações". Credit: Feliciano Guimarães #
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  1. Jane wrote::

    Does anyone know if Milan Central has been rebuilt sonce WWII?

    please reply to email.

    thank you

    Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 2:32 pm #
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