Parenzana was also known as a “Wine Railway”. The reason for its nickname were not cheerful passengers or the engine driver, but because the railway was running through rich wine-growing region and transported precious Istrian wine towards world markets. Thus, in addition to the porch for passengers, the station was equipped with a warehouse and a ramp for loading wine, grapes and other agricultural products. Today, only the foundations of the porch with the station name board can be seen on the site of the station. However, Triban recently assumed the role of the most important station on the entire route, as the old school has been renewed and turned into a hostel for cyclists and sportsmen.