Explaining local culture of Lloseta without mentioning this train station, would be meaningless.
The station was a loading dock of coal and cement, which were the main source of income in Lloseta during the early 20th century.
The yearly production of coal was about 25,000 tons. For cement, it was 400 tons. The size of this station demonstrates the importance of the railway network in this industrial area of Mallorca.
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Lloseta is a former industrial area located just west of Inca, directly on the slopes of the mountains. The area offers a rich and interesting cultural heritage that goes back as far as to the Moorish dominance of the island in the early Middle Ages. The long history of the area has left a series of landmarks and points of interest to visit when you are here, such as the Aiamans palace, the new theater, the Coco oratory and the old train station, all representing a period of the local history.
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