Hauptbahnhof, known as the Berlin Central Station, is a primary railway station in Berlin, Germany. An estimated 300,000 passengers use the station each day.
Major railway station,Kanazawa Station, is located in Ishikawa, Japan. Most recognizable at the station is the glass welcome dome, called the “Motenashi Dome”, which resembles an umbrella.
Atocha Train Station in Madrid, Spain, is Madrid’s biggest train station, and the primary railway station for commuter transit. Destroyed by fire, it was rebuilt and opened in 1892.
Union Station in Washington, DC. is one of the busiest rail stations in the United States. Over 40 million people visit Union Station annually.
Grand Central Terminal
Debatably one of the world’s most iconic train stations, Grand Central Terminal in New York, the 44-platform station covers 48 acres of land.
Located in Helsinki, Finland, Helsinki Central Railway Station is used by approximately 200,000 commuters per day. Construction of Finland’s busiest building commenced in 1905 and officially opened in 1919.
Gare du Nord
Gare du Nord is a 36-platform railway station in Paris, France, that originally opened in 1864. Approximately 180 million passengers use the station annually.