Here is a list of some of the most impressive metro and train stations around the world
World Trade Center Transportation Hub
World Trade Center is a terminal station on the PATH system, within the World Trade Center complex in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York City. It is served by the Newark–World Trade Center line at all times, as well as by the Hoboken–World Trade Center line on weekdays, and is the eastern terminus of both.
Kanazawa Station is the city’s main gateway and rail station. The station underwent massive renovations in 2005 and is an important transport and shopping hub. The wooden Tsuzumimon Gate outside the east exit is modeled after traditional Japanese drums called tsuzumi. The gate’s unique style has become a contemporary symbol of Kanazawa. The gate is connected to a large, contemporary-style glass structure called the Motenashi Dome.
Sirkeci Railway Station
Antwerpen-Centraal railway station, officially Antwerpen-Centraal, is the main railway station in Antwerp, Belgium. The station is operated by the National Railway Company of Belgium. The current terminal station building was constructed between 1895 and 1905 as a replacement for the first station. The stone-clad building was designed by the architect Louis Delacenserie.
Haydarpaşa Railway Station
The station is located under the busiest Moscow transport hub, Komsomolskaya Square, which serves Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky, and Kazansky railway terminals. Because of that, the station is one of the busiest in the whole system. It opened on 30 January 1952 as a part of the second stage of the line.
Rotterdam Centraal Station
Rotterdam Central Station is also called the international gateway to Rotterdam. The Central Station has had a total metamorphosis in recent years, and the station building is now one of the architectural icons of Rotterdam. The roof above the tracks is partly covered with solar panels and merges smoothly with the roof above the station hall.
Hua Hin Train Station
Limoges-Bénédictins Train Station in France
Limoges-Bénédictins is a train station designed by Roger Gonthier and built between 1924 and 1929 in France. Its beautiful architecture is a mixture of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Neo-classicism. The station’s walls are adorned inside and outside with limestone carvings of Henri Frédéric Varennes. The 61-meter tall clock tower of the station is probably the most prominent part of the station.