Belgian railway line 36

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Belgian railway line 36
Thalys plan incliné Liège 2006.jpg
A Thalys train on line 36 in 2006
Overview
Status Operational
Locale Belgium
Termini Brussels-North railway station
Liège-Guillemins railway station
Operation
Opened 1837-1866
Operator(s) National Railway Company of Belgium
Technical
Line length 100 km (62 mi)
Number of tracks double track
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification 3 kV DC
Route map

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Line from Brussels-South
0.0 Brussels-North
Line from Namur
Line to Ghent
2.4 Schaarbeek
Line to Antwerp
5.5 Haren-Zuid
Line HalleVilvoorde
7.0 Diegem
9.4 Zaventem
to Brussels Airport
12.0 Nossegem
14.7 Kortenberg
17.8 Erps-Kwerps
21.1 Veltem
24.0 Herent
to Aarschot
from Mechelen
from Aarschot
28.8 Leuven
to Ottignies
HSL 2 to Liège
40.0 Vertrijk
47.4 Tienen
53.8 Ezemaal
57.0 Neerwinden
60.7 Landen
to Hasselt
74.5 Waremme
77.2 Bleret
79.8 Remicourt
83.2 Momalle
85.4 Fexhe-le-Haut-Clocher
87.8 Voroux-Goreux
freight line to Angleur
89.9 Bierset-Awans
HSL 2 from Leuven
93.4 Ans
from Tongeren
99.9 Liège-Guillemins
Line to Namur
River Meuse
to Seraing
Line to Maastricht
Line to Aachen

The Belgian railway line 36 is a railway line in Belgium connecting Brussels to Liège. Completed in 1866, the line runs 99,3 km.[1] Trains running between Brussels and Aachen in Germany use that line up to Liège, and then line 37 between Liège and the German border, the last stop in Belgium being Welkenraedt.[2]

The following stations are located on the line:

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