Immediately after getting off a train, you are oriented to a dominant building style of Toledo. The clock tower and façade resemble original Moorish structures you will find around the city. The Railway Station was created in 1920 by architect Narciso Clavería de Palacios using a Neo-Mudéjar design. This was a revival of architecture characterized by the Muslims of Al-Andalus. The Moors controlled the Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) from 711 until 1492.