Antwerpen-Zuid railway station
Postcard of 1911, Old station
|Location||Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium|
|Owned by||National Railway Company of Belgium|
|Opened||10 July 1878|
Antwerpen-Zuid is a railway station in the south of the city of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. The old station opened on 10 July 1878 (goods) on the Lines 52 (1894) and 25A (1907). The old station building was demolished in 1965 and replaced with a stop in 1970 on the new through railway under the Scheldt river on the line 59. The old terminal of line 59 was Linkeroever, westside of the river Scheldt.
The following services currently the serve the station:
- Intercity services (IC-02) Ostend - Bruges - Gent - Sint-Niklaas - Antwerpen
- Intercity services (IC-28) Gent - Sint-Niklaas - Antwerp (weekdays)
- Local services (L-22) Puurs - Antwerp - Essen - Roosendaal (weekdays)
- Local services (L-30) Lokeren - Antwerp
|Preceding station||National Railway Company of Belgium||Following station|
Tram lines 4 and 24 serve the station, these are operated by De Lijn.
Bus services 1, 13, 38, 180, 181, 182, 183, 290, 291, 295, 298 and 500 serve the station, these are operated by De Lijn.