Sinaia Train Station and Royal Train Station are in Sinaia, Prahova County.
Transcarpathian first railway was inaugurated in the morning of June 10, 1879.
The first salon was built in 1886 by the Directorate General of Railways for Romanian King Carol I. In this station has parked the most famous train in Europe, the Orient Express. On its platform, it is a plaque in memory of the Romanian prime minister Ion Gheorghe Duca who was assassinated by legionnaires in 1933.
Saved from destruction by a group of lovers of history railway, the royal salon has found the brilliance of times long time gone, a unique collection of layouts.
Both left on the first station built in 1879.
A new change has taken place between in 1938-1940, but it does not concern the ordinary travelers but the royals.
The building – inside which is a valuable mural, depicts a princely hunting scene, painted by the Marine commander, Demetrius Ştiubei.