Tienen railway station

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Tienen
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Tienen railway station
General information
Location Tienen, Flemish Brabant
Belgium
Coordinates 50°48′29″N4°55′33″E / 50.80806°N 4.92583°E / 50.80806; 4.92583 Coordinates: 50°48′29″N4°55′33″E / 50.80806°N 4.92583°E / 50.80806; 4.92583
Owned by Infrabel
Operated by National Railway Company of Belgium
Line(s) 36 (Brussels-Liège)
Platforms5
Tracks5
Other information
Station codeFTNN
Website http://www.belgianrail.be/en/stations-and-train/search-a-station/4/tienen.aspx
History
Opened22 September 1837;184 years ago (1837-09-22)
Passengers
20144,033
Location
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Tienen
Location in Belgium
A view of the platforms at the station. Tienen NMBS station 3.jpg
A view of the platforms at the station.

Tienen (French : Gare de Tirlemont) is a railway station in the town of Tienen, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. The station opened on 22 September 1837 and is located on line 36. The train services are operated by National Railway Company of Belgium (NMBS).

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The station building dates from 1841 and is the oldest station building in Belgium that is still in existence.

Tienen used to be located on 22 (to Diest) and 142 (to Namur). These two lines were closed between 1967 and 1990 and are now cycle routes.

Train services

The station is served by the following services:

Preceding station  SNCB logo.svg National Railway Company of Belgium  Following station
toward  Blankenberge and Knokke
IC 03
toward  Genk
toward  Quiévrain
IC 14
weekdays
toward  De Panne
IC 29
toward  Landen

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