So in the UK we have plenty of unusual stations that are quite well known on this forum. For example there is stations like Manulla Junction and Smallbrook Junction which have no public access and you can only change trains there. There is stations like Bordesley and Polesworth which get trains in one direction only. There is stations like Lakenheath and Shippea Hill with extremely infrequent services. There is stations like Altnabreac and Corrour which are extremely remote with nothing there. I am sure that there are plenty of other examples if different unusual or interesting stations as well. What i am interested in is any unusual or interesting stations like this that are in any other countries? One of the most unusual ones that i can think of is in Estonia where Aardla Station and Kirsi Station are two separate stations which look like one station. So it is basically a common layout of two platforms opposite each other (just like most stations in the UK like Chichester or Gerrards Cross or Hassocks or Shippea Hill for some random examples. However in reality it is two separate single track lines that come from Tartu and then separate just before the station with each platform serving both directions on single track lines. Looking at it on Google Satellite View gives a good idea. It is rather strange that they are considered two separate stations though instead of one station. Another one is Bayerisch Eisenstein (German name) or Zelezna Ruda Alzbetin (Czech name) railway station which is a station that has the international German and Czech border going right through the station. Can anyone else think of any other stations that are unusual or interesting or have anything worth noting about them in any other countries? I look forward to hearing about any examples that anyone can think of.