One of the most aesthetically pleasing modern railway stations I’ve seen is the Den Haag (The Hague) Central Station. The columns and roof structure alone provide travellers with a feeling of space while also having the functionality required for a central station. Contrast this to the old station feel of Amsterdam Central Station (plus the crowds) and somehow I would rather have the conditions at Den Haag. Of course, I have been to much crowded stations than Amsterdam as I lived in Tokyo and Yokohama for 3 years.
Arriving on the platform at Den Haag Central Station
Looking back towards the end of the platform
To the turnstiles!
Tram stop just outside the station
You can easily get on a tram upon exiting the station. Above is another train line, which crosses the station and its platforms.