Tilburg railway station

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Tilburg
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General information
Location Tilburg, Netherlands
Coordinates 51°33′38″N5°04′58″E / 51.56056°N 5.08278°E / 51.56056; 5.08278
Line(s) Breda–Eindhoven railway
Tilburg–Nijmegen railway
ConnectionsAiga bus trans.svg Arriva: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 131, 132, 136, 140, 141, 142, 143, 300, 301, 327, 328, 601, 630, 632, 801
Aiga bus trans.svg De Lijn: 450
Other information
Station codeTb
History
Opened5 October 1863
Services
Preceding station Nederlandse Spoorwegen Following station
Breda NS Intercity 1100 Eindhoven Centraal
Terminus
Breda
towards Roosendaal
NS Intercity 3600 's-Hertogenbosch
towards Zwolle
Breda NS Nachtnet 21400
Night train
Eindhoven Centraal
Terminus
Tilburg Universiteit
Terminus
NS Sprinter 6400 Oisterwijk
towards Weert
Tilburg Universiteit
towards Dordrecht
NS Sprinter 6600 's-Hertogenbosch
Location
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Tilburg
Location within Netherlands

Tilburg railway station is a railway station located in Tilburg in the province of North Brabant, Netherlands. The station was opened on 5 October 1863 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway and Tilburg–Nijmegen railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS).

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North of this train station used to be the large Tilburg Works, where large scale work were carried out on locomotives. Since 2013 these works are carried out northeast of the city in a new industrial area, called Loven-Noord, along the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway.

Train services

The following services currently call at Tilburg:

Bus services

The station is served by city bus services (stadsbussen) as well as several regional bus services (streekbussen)

City services

There are 9 city bus lines. All lines are operated by Arriva under the Bravo brand. The routes of the city buses are as follows:

Regional services

All lines are operated by Arriva under the Bravo brand, with the exception of line 450, operated by Belgian De Lijn.

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