Belgian railway line 94

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Belgian railway line 94
08.09.87 Ath 6244 & 6314 (12957436775).jpg
Two trains at Ath station in 1987
Overview
Status Operational
Locale Belgium
Termini Halle railway station
French border near Baisieux
Operation
Opened 1847-1985
Operator(s) National Railway Company of Belgium
Technical
Line length 78 km (48 mi) (Belgian part)
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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km
Line 96 to Brussels
0.0 Halle
Line 96 to Mons
15.4 Enghien
to Geraardsbergen
26.0 Silly
freight line to Ghislenghien
↓ to Mons
38.4 Ath
River Dender
to Geraardsbergen
50.4 Leuze-en-Hainaut
to Mons
68.5 Tournai
River Scheldt
71.1 Froyennes
to Kortrijk
77.8
14.6
Belgium
France
border
12.5 Baisieux
to Orchies
7.3 Ascq
6.3 Annappes
5.0 Pont-de-Bois
4.0 Hellemmes
freight line to Béthune
2.9 Lezennes
LGV Nord
to Paris, Brussels, & London
to Charleville-Mézières
Paris–Lille railway
to Amiens & Béthune
0.0 Lille Flandres
Line 75 to Kortrijk
Lille–Fontinettes railway
to Calais

The Belgian railway line 94 is a railway line in Belgium connecting Halle with Tournai and the French border near Baisieux. Beyond Baisieux the line continues to the French city Lille. The line was opened between 1847 and 1866, and a section between Ath and Enghien was straightened in 1985.

Stations[edit]

The main interchange stations on line 94 are:

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