Brugge railway station

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Not to be confused with Brig railway station or Brugg railway station.
Brugge
SNCB logo.svg Railway Station
Brugge Station R01.jpg
Location Stationsplein, Bruges
Coordinates 51°11′50″N 3°13′2″E / 51.19722°N 3.21722°E / 51.19722; 3.21722Coordinates: 51°11′50″N 3°13′2″E / 51.19722°N 3.21722°E / 51.19722; 3.21722
Owned by National Railway Company of Belgium
Platforms 5 island platforms
Tracks 10
Other information
Station code FR
History
Opened 1838
Traffic
Passengers (2009) 5542212

Station Brugge is the main railway station in Bruges, Flanders, Belgium. The station opened on 12 August 1838 on the Lines 50A, 51 and 66. The current building has been in use since 1939. The station is one of the busiest in Belgium. Train services are operated by NMBS/SNCB.

The station was served by a daily Thalys high speed service to Paris between 1998 and 31 March 2015.[1]

NMBS Class 18 (Siemens) in Brugge Centraal.

Train services[edit]

The station is served by the following services:

  • Intercity services (IC-01) Ostend - Bruges - Ghent - Brussels - Leuven - Liege - Eupen
  • Intercity services (IC-02) Ostend - Bruges - Ghent - Sint-Niklaas - Antwerpen
  • Intercity services (IC-03) Knokke/Blankenberge - Bruges - Ghent - Brussels - Leuven - Genk
  • Intercity services (IC-23) Ostend - Bruges - Kortrijk - Zottegem - Brussels - Brussels Airport
  • Intercity services (IC-23A) Bruges - Ghent - Brussels - Brussels Airport (weekdays)
  • Intercity services (IC-32) Bruges - Roeselare - Kortrijk
  • Local services (L-02) Zeebrugge - Bruges – Ghent – Dendermonde – Mechelen (weekdays)
  • Local services (L-02) Zeebrugge - Bruges – Ghent (weekends)
Preceding station   NMBS   Following station
Terminus
IC 01
toward Eupen
Terminus
IC 02
Terminus
IC 03
toward Genk
toward Knokke
IC 03
Terminus
IC 23
Terminus IC 23A
Terminus IC 32
toward Kortrijk
SNCB-NMBS L
weekdays
toward Mechelen
SNCB-NMBS L
weekends

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