I KNOW I’M INCLINED TO GO ON, BUT THESE SHOTS REALLY DO LOOK BETTER IN THEIR OWN WINDOW….GIVE’EM A CLICK. YOU’L THANK ME FOR IT.
Just outside the town of Seron, about 2 hours east of Granada, you’ll find a small village called La Estacion. You don’t really need to be a linguist to work out why the village first came into existence, but the station is now long gone. A small bar, (you can guess the name), occupies what would have been the ticket office, and what’s left of the platform is laid with three or four faded ‘Coca-Cola’ tables and a dozen or so wooden chairs.
So where are the photos I hear you ask?
Well between you and me dear reader, it looked a bit of a shit-hole!
So I did what any self-respecting seeker of beauty would do and ignored it completely.
A couple of hundred yards further along where once the rail-tracks would have been, I came across a straggling line of freight storage sheds, slowly being claimed by time and vegetation…Much more like it.
All Images Copyright Stuart Allan Hyde.