Los Barrios - Railway Station

Los Barrios station building and alotment  © Michelle Chaplow .
Los Barrios station building, post Hendrson equiptment and the allotment

Los Barrios railway station

This little railway station, a few km from the town, is located in a district know as Puente Romana is close the A7 and A381 interchange. It is now almost forgotten and only has one train stopping a day in each direction on Mr Henderson's Railway which connects Ronda with the Spanish rail network at Bobadilla for main lines to Granada, Malaga, Cordoba and Madrid.



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There is a connection with Bus lines M-112 and M-121

There are two through platforms but only platform one is currently used.

The next stations are Algeciras and San Roque / La Linea



The original 1890 station building can be seen, though it is kept locked up. The single-storey pitched-roof white building has Andalucian yellow trim around the doors and windows, and is in good condition. No Henderson artifacts can be seen. A wood-fringed platform canopy, supported on wrought-iron pillars spanning the adjacent platform, lends the station an ‘anglo', or some would say colonial Indian, look. Around the building a local family tends an allotment with lemon trees, vines, and green vegetables.

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