Jette railway station

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Jette
SNCB logo.svg Railway Station
Jette treinstation 27-04-2013 16-30-21.jpg
Jette railway station in 2013
LocationJette, Brussels
Belgium
Coordinates50°52′51″N 4°19′43″E / 50.8808°N 4.3286°E / 50.8808; 4.3286Coordinates: 50°52′51″N 4°19′43″E / 50.8808°N 4.3286°E / 50.8808; 4.3286
Owned byInfrabel
Operated byNational Railway Company of Belgium
Line(s)50 (Brussels-Ghent)
ConnectionsTram 19
Bus 53
Bus 88
Other information
Websitehttp://www.belgianrail.be/en/stations-and-train/search-a-station/2/jette.aspx
History
Opened17 September 1858 (1858-09-17)

Jette railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Jette in Brussels, Belgium opened in 1892.[1] The station is located south of the King Baudouin park on the Cardinal Mercier square, on the Belgian railway line 50 between the Bockstael and Berchem-Sainte-Agathe railway stations.[2]

Nearby the railway station is the Jette station STIB/MIVB stop, which offers a connection with the Brussels tram route 19 as well as the bus routes 53 and 88.

History[edit]

The station opened on 17 September 1858.[3]

Train services[edit]

The station is served by the following service(s):

  • Intercity services (IC-20) Lokeren - Dendermonde - Brussels - Aalst - Ghent (weekends)
  • Intercity services (IC-26) Sint-Niklaas - Lokeren - Dendermonde - Brussels - Halle - Tournai - Kortrijk (weekdays)
  • Brussels RER services (S3) Dendermonde - Brussels - Denderleeuw - Zottegem - Oudenaarde (weekdays)
  • Brussels RER services (S4) Aalst - Denderleeuw - Brussels-Luxembourg (- Etterbeek - Merode - Vilvoorde) (weekdays)
  • Brussels RER services (S10) Dendermonde - Brussels - Denderleeuw - Aalst
Preceding station   NMBS/SNCB   Following station
toward Lokeren
IC 20
weekends
toward Sint-Niklaas
IC 26
weekdays
toward Kortrijk
toward Dendermonde
S 3
toward Oudenaarde
toward Aalst
S 4
weekdays
toward Dendermonde
S 10
toward Aalst
toward Aalst
S 10
toward Dendermonde

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-15. Retrieved 2010-03-27.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.belrail.be/F/infrastructure/gares/index.php?gare=FJT
  3. ^ "ST/H/PA - Jette". spoorweggeschiedenis.quartam.on-rev.com (in Dutch). Retrieved 27 April 2020.

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