Ferenc Pfaff, Miskolc Tiszai railway station
The station building that stands today was designed by Ferenc Pfaff and was built in 1901 in eclectic style. It is a listed historic building and was restored recently, in 1999. It was modernized in 2003.
Hungarian-German architect Ferenc Pfaff was born in Mohács, Hungary in 1851. Pfaff studied under the Hungarian-German architect Imre Steindl (1839-1902) at the József Nádor Technical University in Budapest and received his degree in 1880. Ferenc Pfaff is best know for his railway stations designed for the Hungarian Railways. He designed over 20 big railway stations and many smaller ones most of them in the renaissance style. Pfaff died in August 1913 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary. Notable buildings designed by Ferenc Pfaff are the Miskolc Tiszai railway station
, Zagreb Central Station
, and the Cluj-Napoca railway station