Canfranc Railway Station - Stock image

Famous Place, Locomotive, Mode of Transport, Spain, Summer

Canfranc Railway Station royalty-free stock photo
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Stock photo ID:97499397
Upload date:March 07, 2010


The inauguration of the Canfranc railroad crossing the Pyrenees was on 18 July 1928. The trains continued running until an international train accident destroyed the bridge at nearby L'Estanguet and severed the link on March 27, 1970. Canfranc Estación is most well known due to the rumours of 'German gold' arriving here during World War II.
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