Namur railway station

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Namur
SNCB logo.svg Railway Station
Namur, treinstation 2007-05-01 10.22.JPG
Station statistics
Address Place de la Station
5000 Namur
Belgium
Coordinates 50°28′09″N 4°51′45″E / 50.46913°N 4.86247°E / 50.46913; 4.86247Coordinates: 50°28′09″N 4°51′45″E / 50.46913°N 4.86247°E / 50.46913; 4.86247
Elevation 90 m
Line(s) 125, 130, 154, 161, 162
Platforms 6
Tracks 11
Other information
Opened 23 October 1843
Station code FNR
Owned by Infrabel
Operator National Railway Company of Belgium
Traffic
Passengers (2009) 7.11 millions

Namur is the main railway station serving Namur, Belgium. The station is used by 18,600[1] people every day which makes it the eighth busiest station in Belgium and the first in Wallonia.[1]

History[edit]

Namur railway station in 1904

Train services[edit]

International, InterCity and InterRegio services[edit]

International connections
Preceding station   Thalys   Following station
toward Paris-Nord
Thalys
Terminus
Preceding station   EuroCity   Following station
Vauban
toward Chur
Iris
toward Zürich Hbf
National connections
Preceding station   NMBS/SNCB   Following station
Weekdays
IC D
Weekdays
toward Herstal
Weekends and holidays
Weekends and holidays
IC J
toward Luxembourg
IC M
toward Dinant
toward Liers
Terminus
IR K
toward Tournai

Local services[edit]

Local trains
Preceding station Service type Following station
Rhisnes
Toward Gembloux
L 62 Terminus
Terminus L Louvain-la-Neuve-University
(Weekdays)
Marche-les-Dames
Toward Huy
(Weekdays)
L 56 Ronet
Toward Tamines
(Weekdays)
Marche-les-Dames
Toward Liège-Guillemins
(Weekends)
Terminus
(Weekends)
Ronet
Toward Charleroi-South
L 61 Terminus
Terminus L 57 Ronet
Toward Libramont
(Weekdays)
Ronet
Toward Ciney
(Weekends)

References[edit]

This article incorporates information from the revision as of 94086985 of the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.
  1. ^ a b lavenir.net (20 November 2013). "Bruxelles-Midi est la gare la plus fréquentée du pays, Namur 1re wallonne" (in French). 

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