Are you traveling for the holidays? Some find it a chaotic hassle, but I kind of like being in airports or train stations during the hustle and bustle – so many trying to get home to loved ones near and far. I have spent some of my favorite holidays abroad either completely alone or laughing and breaking bread with new friends and making memories that I cherish always. (I’m thinking of Sean, Craig, & Helen in Sydney, Elissa in London, Kristy in Sevilla, Adam from Philly in Krakow, Couchsurfers in Milano, Halley, Sonia, Vanessa, & my other Egypt friends!) So please enjoy this photo essay of some of the many train stations I’ve traveled through over the years.
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I find train stations very interesting. Sometimes they are the best architecture in the city!
Hi Debbie! Thanks for your comment. I agree…the old architecture of train stations always seems to have 'grandeur' that newer buildings lack!
Yes, who could forget Thanksgiving in Spain in an Irish pub with an Australian! Fun times! Besos to you guapa! xx
Kristy- And I love how you 'found' me through my blog. That's the best thing about having a blog. All the wonderful people i've met! xx
This is a great photo essay. My favourite shot is actually the first one with the motion blur.
Thanks Samuel! I took the LA train station shot about 8 years ago! I loved the craftsmen architecture.