Sorry - image missing The original façade of Granada Station. The station itself has been completely renovated and adapted to receive AVE trains. The architectural style is completely different to the other main stations such as Guadix, Murcia, Lorca and Águilas which reflects the fact that these stations were built by different companies. See map.
Sorry - image missing Granada Station façade awning support supplied locally by Fundición y Talleres Castaños - Granada. This is different to many of the supports seen throughout the railway, most of which were manufactured by John Lysaght in the UK. See map.
Sorry - image missing Granada Station's glass and steel main entrance hall. See map.
Sorry - image missing Deifontes Station. In very poor shape. The trains no longer stop here so it has been allowed to deteriorate. Probably built by Hett, Maylor & Co. Ltd. before their bankruptcy as it still has J. Lysaght supports for what remains of the awning. See map.
Sorry - image missing Iznalloz Station. Trains still stop here but there doesn't seem to be any station staff. Appeared at the very end of the film North West Frontier in 1958. It has some old sidings and goods loading bay as well as a defunct weighbridge. See map.
Sorry - image missing Piñar Station. Closed, derelict and unloved. Probably built by Hett, Maylor & Co. Ltd. before their bankruptcy. Has the J. Lysaght awning supports that were used by The GSSR. Probably quite busy in the early days loading agricultural produce as it is in a very fertile area. See map.
Sorry - image missing Moreda Station. This was on the rail triangle and connected The South of Spain Railway (ex GSSR) with The Almería-Linares line. Important for the transport of agricultural produce. Almost abandoned now, there currently only being one train per day in each direction. See map.
Sorry - image missing Barranco de Los Pinos Bridge. 150 metres over eight spans, which were recently replaced. See map.
Sorry - image missing Arroyo de Huélago Bridge. 100 metre span including two beautiful arches. See map.
Sorry - image missing Huélago-Darro-Diezma Station. Abandoned and in a poor state of repair. Once important for the transport of agricultural produce. See map.
Sorry - image missing Belerda Viaduct. This beautiful 300m long viaduct which was built about 1906 is still in use. It starred in the film Northwest Frontier in 1959. The spans were recently upgraded to support the more modern trains. See map.
Sorry - image missing Seventy metre bridge over Río Fardés. See map.
Sorry - image missing Fonelas Station. Now abandoned and locked up, but adorned with the ubiquitous graffiti. Actually 5.6Km (3.5 miles) from Fonelas. See map.
Sorry - image missing Nuestra Señora Carmen Sugar Factory. See here. See map.
Sorry - image missing Benalúa de Guadix Station. Still in use with two trains per day each way. In better condition than others on this line. See map.
Sorry - image missing Guadix Station. See here. See map.