Belgian railway line 124
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|Belgian railway line 124|
A local passenger train at Uccle Calevoet station in 2008
|Termini||Brussels-South railway station|
Charleroi-South railway station
|Operator(s)||National Railway Company of Belgium|
|Line length||56 km (35 mi)|
|Number of tracks||double track|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
|Electrification||3 kV DC|
The Belgian railway line 124 is a railway line in Belgium connecting the cities of Brussels and Charleroi. A first section between Luttre and Charleroi was built in 1843 and the complete line, which runs 55,9 km, was opened on June 1, 1874.
The line passes through the following stations:
- De Hoek
- "Ligne 124: Bruxelles-Midi - Charleroi-Sud". BelRail.be (in French). 9 August 2007.
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