Antwerp, Belgium - Inside Central Station ~ In 2009 the American magazine Newsweek judged Antwerpen-Centraal the world's fourth greatest train station. When this palatial neo-Baroque station was completed in 1905, it was criticized for its extravagance (it is decorated in more than 20 types of marble and stone).
Beautiful Old Abandoned Train Station on the old 'Cornhill Line'. This stretch of single track in Northumberland, England ran 35.5 miles connecting the farming communities to the town of Alnwick, England
Central station, Antwerp, Belgium Antwerp’s ‘Railway Cathedral’ has its domed roof, iron and glass vaulted ceilings and lavishly decorated stone and marble interiors to thank for its landmark status – definitely fancier than your average interchange. Not only that but the station complex houses three levels of tracks, a shopping mall and a diamond gallery home to some 30 diamond shops.