Spain’s Dying Railroad Towns: Trying to Catch a New Train to Prosperity

November 2, 2020 11:41 am Published by Leave your thoughts

The railroad towns in Spain, built during the 1940s, have experienced a decrease in economic revenues. This is due to the disconnection of the rails which once were hubs for trains linking to bigger cities such as Córdoba or Madrid and that are now used to try to attract tourists and residents to those cities once again.

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