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. See History.
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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 The building, which no longer exists having been replaced by holiday apartments, was an esparto warehouse and later the 'Economato' - the company store which sold everything at discount prices for staff.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.
Sorry - image missing Part of one of the engine sheds built with travertine from Los Marcelinos. See map.
Sorry - image missing The front of an engine shed showing excellent brickwork. See map.
Sorry - image missing The inside of one of the engine sheds. See map.