Thalys

Thalys is an international high-speed train operator originally built around the high-speed line between Paris and Brussels. This track is shared with Eurostar trains that go from Paris or Brussels to London via Lille and the Channel Tunnel and with French domestic TGV trains. Thalys reaches Amsterdam and Cologne, and its system is operated by Thalys International. Its capital is divided up between SNCF (62%), NMBS/SNCB (28%) and Deutsche Bahn (10%).

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SNCF TGV Thalys PBKA
... The Thalys PBKA is a high-speed train derived from the French TGV ... It operates the Thalys service between Paris, Brussels, Cologne (German Köln) and Amsterdam, forming the abbreviation PBKA ... Unlike Thalys PBA sets, the PBKA sets were built exclusively for the Thalys service ...
Thalys - Accidents and Incidents
... accidents On 9 May 1998 a truck was struck by a Thalys PBKA on an unprotected level crossing it had attempted to cross the tracks at the crossing when the train arrived ... On 11 October 2008 a Thalys PBA set bound for Amsterdam collided with a local ICM train set at Gouda railway station in The Netherlands ... The Thalys train set had been diverted via Gouda due to engineering work on its usual route ...
Gare Du Nord - Train Services
... Eurostar) Paris - Lille - London high speed services (Thalys) Paris - Brussels - Amsterdam high speed services (Thalys) Paris - Brussels - Cologne - Essen high speed services (Thalys) Paris - Brussels - Ostend ...
Liège-Guillemins Railway Station - Train Services
... In addition to the national traffic, Liège-Guillemins station welcomes Thalys and ICE trains, connecting Liège to Brussels, Paris, Aachen, Cologne, and Frankfurt ... Preceding station Thalys Following station Brussels-South toward Paris-Nord Thalys Aachen Hbf toward Essen Hbf Namur toward Paris-Nord Thalys Terminus Preceding ...
HSL-Zuid - ETCS Problems
... section in May 2011 with Fyra services running at up to 160 km/h and Thalys at up to 300 km/h ... into operation on the northern part of the line in September 2011 and Thalys trains were then able to commence 300 km/h operations on that section ... The ETCS systems of wayside (Thales) and onboard (Traxx Bombardier Thalys V250 Ansaldo STS) are interworking satisfactorily ...