Is Europe's ghostliest train station about to rise again? When they built the station at Canfranc, it was on a grand scale and with no expense spared. It had to be bold and modern - an architect's dream come true, built in iron and glass, complete with a hospital, restaurant and living quarters for customs officers from both France and Spain. At the time it was nicknamed the "Titanic of the Mountains". To give you an idea of its size - there are 365 windows, one for each day of the year.