in Antwerp Train Station

  • lovely. I had tears in my eyes and a smile on my face.

    mysteryparody10

  • I travel all the time and it’s lonely arriving at airports after a while esp in cold Europe where everything is fast and people lkeep to themselves…if I arrived to this…I would be over the moon…even just part of it..so beautiful

    ginadeeable

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  • I watch this video every single day because it’s amazing, i just love it! I hope this could happened in my country:)

    muhahahahah100

  • some times the world have to stop and be happy at least for few meinutes!

    chilenoenphoenix

    Antwerp is the focus of lines to the north to Essen and the Netherlands, east to Turnhout, south to Mechelen, Brussels and Charleroi via Luttre, and southwest to Ghent and Ostend. It is served by international trains to Amsterdam and Paris, and national trains to GhentBrugesOstendBrussels,CharleroiHasseltLiègeLeuven and Turnhout.

    Antwerp Central station is an architectural monument in itself, and is mentioned in W G Sebald‘s haunting novel Austerlitz. Prior to the completion in 2007 of a tunnel that runs northwards under the city centre to emerge at the old Antwerp Dam station, Centraal was a terminus. Trains from Brussels to the Netherlands had to either reverse at Centraal or call only at Berchem station, 2 km to the south, and then describe a semicircle to the east, round the Singel. Now, they call at the new lower level of the station before continuing in the same direction.

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