Namur railway station

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Namur railway station , officially Namur, is the main railway station serving Namur, Belgium. The station is used by 18,600 people every day, making it the eighth-busiest station in Belgium and the busiest in Wallonia. It is operated by the National Railway Company of Belgium .The first railway connection to Namur was inaugurated in 1843, when the Belgian State Railways opened an indirect line from Brussels to Charleroi , continuing to Namur. In 1850, the Compagnie du Nord-Belge inaugurated line 125, connecting Namur to Liège. In 1856, a third company reached Namur with a direct link to Brussels with line 161. Two years later, the company opened line 162 Namur–Arlon–Luxembourg. In 1862, the Nord-Belge created line 154 Namur–Dinant. The current station building was inaugurated in 1864. In 1869, the Belgian State Railways put into service a sixth line connecting Namur to Tienen; it was completely closed in 1988.


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