Sorry - image missing Rear of engine sheds looking from the northeast. See map.
Sorry - image missing Engine sheds. See map.
Sorry - image missing Main station building, platform side. See map.
Sorry - image missing Águilas Station - main façade. See map.
Sorry - image missing This area looks like it was once a goods loading area, now wasteland. See map.
Sorry - image missing A view of the old GSSR sheds. The GSSR occupied the land within the walls seen, surrounded by wasteland. See map.
Sorry - image missing Water towers from The GSSR days. See map.
Sorry - image missing Looking from Águilas Station at the tracks which once went towards El Hornillo. See map.
Sorry - image missing Old workshops, now derelict. See map.
Sorry - image missing The station is now a 'hub' with a bus station (seen on the right). See map.
Sorry - image missing The inside of the booking hall. See map.
Sorry - image missing Once the track to El Hornillo, now sidings. See map.
Sorry - image missing Águilas Station from the workshop administration office. Workshop now abandoned and derelict. See map.
Sorry - image missing Inauguration. Blessing the engines-Águilas. March 1890. Gustave Gillman. Archivo de Murcia.

This famous photograph was made into etchings for people to buy as souvenirs.
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Sorry - image missing Inauguration. Sprinkling engine with holy water - Águilas. March 1890. Gustave Gillman. Archivo de Murcia. This photo was taken within seconds of the previous one. See map.
Sorry - image missing View from Águilas Station towards The Mediterranean. The building, which no longer exists having been replaced by holiday apartments, was the 'Economato' - the company store which sold everything at discount prices for staff. The line in the foreground is the goods line to Águilas Port, again no longer in existence. See map.