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International Railway Station. Canfranc

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Canfranc (Spanish: Estación Internacional de Canfranc) is a former international railway station in the village of Canfranc in the Spanish Pyrenees, at one end of the tunnel which carried the Pau to Canfranc line under the Pyrenees. From Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canfranc_International_railway_station

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A: Canfranc train station

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Canfranc train station

B: Canfranc, Rifle Tower

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Candanchú, Chairlift

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