Brussels-North Railway Station - Rail Lines - Main National Rail Lines

Main National Rail Lines

Preceding station NMBS/SNCB Following station
Brussels-Central toward Oostende IC A Leuven toward Eupen
Brussels-Central toward Blankenberge and Knokke IC E Leuven Only from monday to friday, except holidays toward Tongeren
Leuven On weekends and holidays toward Liège and Genk
Brussels-Central toward Quievrain IC F Leuven toward Liège-Guillemins
Brussels-Central toward Mouscron IC H Schaarbeek Terminus
Brussels-Central toward Charleroi-Sud IC I Mechelen toward Antwerpen-Centraal
Brussels-Central toward Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid IC J IC "des Ardennes" & Luxembourg Bruxelles-Schuman toward Luxembourg
Brussels-Central toward Gent-Sint-Pieters IC K Leuven toward Genk
Brussels-Central toward Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid IC M Brussels-Schuman toward Dinant and Liers
Brussels-Central toward Charleroi-Sud IC N Mechelen toward Essen
Brussels-Central toward Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid IC O Liège-Guillemins toward Visé
IC R Vilvoorde toward Turnhout
Brussels-Central toward Nivelles IR b Vilvoorde toward Antwerpen-Centraal
Brussels-Central toward Courtrai and Grammont IR d
Brussels-Central toward Gent-Sint-Pieters IR h Zaventem toward Brussels National Airport
Brussels-Central From monday to friday, except holidays toward De Panne IR i Brussels National Airport From monday to friday, except holidays toward Mechelen
Brussels-Central On weekends and holidays toward De Panne Terminus
Brussels-Central toward Quevy IR j Brussels National Airport Terminus
Brussels-Central toward Binche IR l Brussels-Schuman toward Louvain-la-Neuve-Université
Brussels-Central toward Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid IR n Vilvoorde toward Antwerpen-Centraal
IR o Brussels National Airport toward Leuven

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