Etterbeek railway station
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Etterbeek railway station (nl:Station Etterbeek, fr:Gare d'Etterbeek) is a railway station in Brussels, Belgium operated by SNCB. The station is named after the municipality of Etterbeek though it is located in the neighbouring municipality of Ixelles, at the Couronne/Kroon crossroad on the greater ring. It first opened in 1880, and was as of 2007 the 29th most used railway station in Belgium, 5,565 passengers per day. [not in citation given]
The Etterbeek railway station is located on the line 161 Brussels - Namur, between the stations Brussels-Luxembourg and Watermael. Some trains from line 26 also call at this station between Delta and Boondael.  Trains calling at Etterbeek are local trains between Binche and Louvain-la-Neuve, Braine-l'Alleud and Aalst and Halle and Mechelen.
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