Difference between revisions of "Border Crossings: Belgium - Netherlands"

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[E*] The voltage change point is just south of Roosendaal. SNCB standard electric multiple-units work to Roosendaal, operating at reduced power under the NS 1500V dc catenary.  There are no longer any conventional locomotive-hauled passenger trains on this line.
 
[E*] The voltage change point is just south of Roosendaal. SNCB standard electric multiple-units work to Roosendaal, operating at reduced power under the NS 1500V dc catenary.  There are no longer any conventional locomotive-hauled passenger trains on this line.
  
==(Antwerpen -) Noorderkempen NMBS - Rotterdam-Lombardijen/Breda (Zundert) NS==
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==(Antwerpen -) Noorderkempen NMBS - Hazeldonk Breda NS (- Rotterdam Centraal/Breda) NS==
[E] This high-speed line is used by ''Thalys'' trains to and from France and by Fyra trains to and from Belgium.
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[E] This high-speed line is used by ''Thalys'' trains to and from France and by ''Fyra'' trains to and from Belgium.
  
 
==(Neerpelt -) Hamont NMBS - Budel NS (- Weert)==
 
==(Neerpelt -) Hamont NMBS - Budel NS (- Weert)==

Revision as of 21:09, 12 December 2012

(Gent -) Zelzate NMBS - Sas van Gent NS (- Terneuzen)

[D] Freight only.

(Antwerpen -) Essen NMBS - Roosendaal NS

[E*] The voltage change point is just south of Roosendaal. SNCB standard electric multiple-units work to Roosendaal, operating at reduced power under the NS 1500V dc catenary. There are no longer any conventional locomotive-hauled passenger trains on this line.

(Antwerpen -) Noorderkempen NMBS - Hazeldonk Breda NS (- Rotterdam Centraal/Breda) NS

[E] This high-speed line is used by Thalys trains to and from France and by Fyra trains to and from Belgium.

(Neerpelt -) Hamont NMBS - Budel NS (- Weert)

[D] There is no regular traffic over the whole route, but there is a regular freight train working from Neerpelt to Budel, serving a local zinc factory.

(Liège -) Visé SNCB - Eijsden NS (- Maastricht)

[E*] The voltage change point is at Maastricht Randwijck. SNCB standard electric multiple-units work to Maastricht, operating at reduced power under the NS 1500 V dc catenary. Locomotive-hauled passenger trains are usually worked by SNCB dual-voltage electric locomotives.

See also