|The exterior of the station|
The original station was designed by architect Narciso Clavería y de Palacios and built in 1858. The current station was rebuilt on the same site and opening in 1920. With the introduction of high speed rail to Toledo, the station was renovated yet again in the mid 2000s but care was taken to preserve the smallest of the original details. It comes as no surprise to me that this building is listed as a Property of Cultural Interest and is considered to be a protected monument. From the outside to the inside of the building, no detail is left untouched.
|Inside details on a grand scale|
|An old ticket window (everything is now automated)|
|Even the floor tiles are fancy|
|The walls that weren't detailed wood were tiled|