Nested in the Hungarian countryside, most of these railway stations were built more than a hundred years ago, so they have that typical historic European architecture. Whether it is a romantic, abandoned or an industrial station, each one has a very unique atmosphere. Although the buildings of these stations may not be large, many have many train tracks at their service. The closure of stations and tracks is an easily feasible process since Hungary’s railway system was built for significantly larger train traffic than today’s. Also, the small scale of these railway locations is ideal for entirely controlling the environment of a shoot. Film and photography shoots are extremely simple and stress-free due to its low level of train traffic and few passengers here.