The Bockstael railway station is a railway station in Brussels, Belgium operated by the SNCB/NMBS. It opened in 1982 to replace the Laeken railway station. The station is located in the City of Brussels on the Belgian railway line 50, between the Brussels-North and Jette railway station. It is named after the nearby Place Bockstael/Bockstaelplein.
The station offers a connection with the Bockstael metro station as well as tram route 94 and bus routes 49, 53, 88 and 89. Many De Lijn buses also stop at Bockstael.
Coordinates: 50°52′46″N 4°20′54″E / 50.8795°N 4.3484°E