My step-mother will have taken the picture. You can see her two hat-boxes among the luggage. She was a professional photographer, which is probably how the picture came out so well.
In those days, the Madrid to Almería train had a sleeper, a British carriage made in 1928. Going the other way, you would bed down in the train around 11.00pm and wake up, fresh as a daisy, in down-town Madrid, the Atocha station, at 7.30am, ready for business.
This picture comes from 1984. I had been living in Paris for a few months and had an apartment there. Smoked Gauloises then.