Covered building for the public where trains and passengers arrive and depart.
Metal compartments for keeping luggage temporarily for a small fee.
Zone along the edge of the platform, usually demarcated by a safety line.
Counter where passengers leave their baggage to be taken to the train’s baggage car, if it has one.
Courier-service window for sending envelopes and packages to be dispatched by train.
Set of cars coupled together and pulled along tracks by a locomotive.
Area alongside the tracks for passengers to embark and disembark trains.
Large space for passengers and the public at large housing the various services of the station, such as ticket sales, information counter and shops.
Panel showing the destination and the configuration of the train, such as type and numbering of cars.
Large glassed surface forming the walls and roof.
Workplace of the employees managing the station.
A pair of parallel rails laid end to end and on which trains run.
Area leading to the platforms, sometimes reserved for passengers who have valid tickets.
Person checking that passengers’ tickets correspond to their destinations.
Grid showing the departure and arrival times of the trains, their number and their destination or point of departure.
Name of the last station where the train stops at the end of its route.
departure time indicator
Four-wheeled handcart available to passengers for transporting baggage inside the station.