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In the News (Sun 21 Apr 19)

  
 Tocqueville
Hof van Liere is situated close to the center of Antwerp, at a walking distance of approximately 15 minutes of Antwerp’s central railway station (“Antwerpen Centraal”, in Dutch).
Alternatively, you can travel from Brussels Airport to Antwerp’s central station (“Antwerpen Centraal”, in Dutch) by public train.
There are easy train connections to Antwerp from all Belgian and Dutch railway stations.
www.tocqueville.be /eng/pract.htm   (527 words)

  
 Wiskunde-Informatica
Antwerpen-Centraal Station is located on this street map of the centre of Antwerp, in the top right corner, at the bus stops 16, 17, 27, 32 and the Zoo.
You find the time tables of the Belgian Railway Company at the website of the NMBS.
By bus : You find the time tables of the Flemish Transport Company at the website of the De Lijn.
www.win.ua.ac.be /hpwisinf/coordinates.html   (502 words)

  
 Rinbad 2003 fourth quarter
Plans are to restore the curve, which avoids Rotterdam Centraal, once work is complete on a nearby link from the classic 1500V dc network to the 25kV 50Hz (Amsterdam -) Rotterdam - Antwerpen (- Brussel) high-speed line now under construction.
Nearby, to the east of the Avenida de Madrid (R.2981), the site of the city’s former El Portillo station had mostly been cleared, though the location of the old platforms could still be discerned and the station building might still have been in use by staff.
In January 2002 building work formally began on a new main station closer to the centre, capable of handling an increase from 578,000 departing passengers to a million by 2010.
www.rinbad.demon.co.uk /2003q4.htm   (502 words)

  
 Rinbad 2003 fourth quarter
North of Santpoort Noord the old railway alignment over the swing-bridge closed in 1957 and was replaced by a new section diverging slightly east to pass through one intermediate station, Driehuis, and the new Velsen tunnel (paralleled by a road tunnel) beneath the Noordzeekanaal before rejoining the old alignment just south of Beverwijk station.
Plans are to restore the curve, which avoids Rotterdam Centraal, once work is complete on a nearby link from the classic 1500V dc network to the 25kV 50Hz (Amsterdam -) Rotterdam - Antwerpen (- Brussel) high-speed line now under construction.
The original railways linked the cities and towns, and rural halts were often as much as an hour’s walk from small 1850s villages.
www.rinbad.demon.co.uk /2003q4.htm   (502 words)

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