Tienen railway station
|Location||Tienen, Flemish Brabant|
|Operated by||National Railway Company of Belgium|
|Opened||22 September 1837|
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).
The station building dates from 1841 and is the oldest station building in Belgium that is still in existence.
The station is served by the following services:
- Intercity services (IC-03) Knokke/Blankenberge - Bruges - Ghent - Brussels - Leuven - Hasselt - Genk
- Intercity services (IC-14) Quiévrain - Mons - Braine-le-Comte - Brussels - Leuven - Liege (weekdays)
- Intercity services (IC-29) De Panne - Ghent - Aalst - Brussels - Brussels Airport - Leuven - Landen
|Preceding station||National Railway Company of Belgium||Following station|
toward De Panne
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