Gentbrugge railway station

From Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Template:Infobox station

Gentbrugge is a third smaller railway station in Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium. The station opened on 15 June 1861 on the Lines 58 and 59. The train services are operated by NMBS/SNCB.

The current building was built in 1973 by architects Dirk Servaes and Johan Beyne. These are the same architects who designed the railway station of Gent-Dampoort.

File:AM96 - Gentbrugge.JPG
AM96 at Gentbrugge railway station

Train services

The following services currently serve the station:

  • Intercity (P) Antwerp - Gent (weekdays)
  • local service Eeklo - Gent (weekdays)
  • rush hour service Eeklo - Gent (weekdays)
  • local service Eeklo - Gent - Ronse (weekends)

Template:S-start Template:S-rail Template:S-line Template:S-line Template:S-line Template:S-line Template:End Template:Clear left

References

Template:Reflist

External links




Template:Belgium-railstation-stub