Ieper railway station

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Ieper
SNCB logo.svg Railway Station
Break Station Ypres.JPG
Location Ypres
Coordinates 50°50′52″N 2°52′36″E / 50.84778°N 2.87667°E / 50.84778; 2.87667Coordinates: 50°50′52″N 2°52′36″E / 50.84778°N 2.87667°E / 50.84778; 2.87667
Owned by National Railway Company of Belgium
Line(s) Belgian railway line 69
Platforms 3 NMBS
Tracks 3 NMBS
History
Opened 1854
Electrified 3Kv DC overhead on NMBS.

Ieper railway station is located in Ypres (Dutch: Ieper) in West Flanders, Belgium. The station was opened in 1854 during the reign of Leopold I of Belgium. It is located on the line from Kortrijk to Poperinge run by NMBS, Belgian railway line 69.

Train services[edit]

The station is served by the following services:

  • Intercity services (IC-04) Poperinge - Kortrijk - Ghent - Sint-Niklaas - Antwerp
Preceding station   NMBS   Following station
Terminus
IC 04

In Flanders Fields[edit]

The station is near the Menin Gate and other places associated with the First World War with British and Commonwealth war graves located alongside the line from the Kortrijk direction, known as Railway Dugouts Burial Ground (Transport Farm) Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery.