During wars, railway stations were the most important buildings of towns. Trains were considered to be the fastest way of transport. Enemies tried to destroy railways and railway stations. In fact, the original Railway Station of Székesfehérvár was ruined by a bomb. The bulinding that can be found there today was built in the 1951 in the authentic social-realist style. It was designed by Kelemen László. In the 1950's it was considered to be the most modern railway station in Hungary. The social realist style can be recognised by the simple Stalinist details. For example, the colums that look like stylized versions of Greek colums. Two reliefs can be found near the entrance, whick are very common on socialist-style buildings.