Brussels North Train


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Brussels North Train

Trains and travelers traverse the station's expanse on their way to distant destinations, determined to eventually find their way back home. Enjoy the exuberant spirit of the communal Belgian commute. This station is one of the three major railway stations in Brussels, Belgium, serving 200,000 passengers per week. It was built in in 1952 to replace the older Brussels North station which was built in 1846. The station is in the middle of the Northern Quarter business district, with several corporation headquarters such as Belgacom Towers, Dexia Tower and others, government offices and Flemish ministries. More than 30 regional bus lines depart from here, as do international Eurolines coach services. This sound uses the following file from Freesound:

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