Brussels midi station map
Bruxelles midi station map. Brussels midi station map (Belgium) to print. Brussels midi station map (Belgium) to download. The Brussels Midi Train Station, also know as the Brussels-Midi/Zuid Station opened in 1869. The current building of Brussels midi station dates back to 1949 and is one of Europe principal transportation hubs. Brussels midi station is the ideal starting point for train travel to Germany, France, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and the United Kingdom, as well as being linked to the entire Belgian railway network as its shown in Brussels midi station map.
Platforms 1-6 of Brussels midi station have been modernised with smart terrazzo flooring. Platforms 1 & 2 are used for Eurostars to London and can only be accessed via the Eurostar terminal as its mentioned in Brussels midi station map. Platforms 3-6 are used by ICEs to Cologne & Frankfurt, Thalys to Paris, Cologne & Amsterdam, and those few Eurostars which run to/from Amsterdam. Above, an ICE to Cologne is about to leave from platform 5. The escalators in Brussels midi station lead down to the main concourse below the tracks.
Platforms 7-22 of Brussels midi station have not been modernised and retain a more 1950s feel. They are used by domestic trains plus the non-high-speed international trains to Luxembourg and the Netherlands as you can see in Brussels midi station map. The tracks of Brussels midi station are above street level, the escalators lead down to the street-level concourse below.