The railway station in Toledo, Spain, is quite interesting and as you would expect comes with a story.
The railway reached Toledo in 1858. The original station was small and functional but lacked imagination. It was replaced in the early 20th century by the current caramel-colored building, designed in the Neo-Mudéjar style (i.e. Moorish revival architecture). The present station opened around 1920.
The arches, stained glass windows, spacious lobby and tile work in the station are terrific and worth a few minutes to study and appreciate. The station has been declared a Property of Cultural Interest and is classified as a monument.
It was restored in the twenty-first century in conjunction with the inauguration of the Madrid–Toledo high-speed rail service in 2005. The new high-speed train arrives in Toledo less than 30 minutes after departing Madrid.
The following photos are not mine (see credits below), but do show the beauty of the building's exterior and its interesting clock tower.