1. Canfranc International Railway Station, Spain
Way up in the Spanish Pyrenees lies the hushed memories of Canfranc International Railway Station, a grand station that opened way back in 1928 amid a swelling of Spanish pride and determination. The Spanish wanted a grand border station to show the French what they were capable of, you see, and this was the result. However, the station was seemingly cursed from the get-go, suffering from fires, smuggling and all the rest before succumbing to the winds of time and change in 1970. Since then, it has become a traveller hotspot, with more people visiting the station between 2013 and 2017 than ever used it during its years of activity. Work is also under way for it to become a hotel – so you’ll soon be able to soak up its beauty overnight.