Knokke railway station

Knokke station serves Knokke-Heist and Knokke, in West Flanders, Belgium and was built in 1920. Knokke station is run by NMBS and is a terminal station located on the Belgian railway line 51 B from Brugge railway station and has services to Brussels South and beyond to Tongeren. The Kusttram terminus is located outside the station with trams to Oostende and beyond.

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Knokke station
LocationKnokke, West Flanders
Coordinates51°20′23″N 3°17′05″E / 51.33972°N 3.28472°E / 51.33972; 3.28472Coordinates: 51°20′23″N 3°17′05″E / 51.33972°N 3.28472°E / 51.33972; 3.28472
Owned byNational Railway Company of Belgium
Line(s)51B, Kusttram
Platforms4 NMBS
Tracks4 NMBS
Electrified3 kV DC overhead on NMBS and 600 V DC overhead on the Kusttram.

Train servicesEdit

The station is served by the following services:

  • Intercity services (IC-03) Knokke - Bruges - Ghent - Brussels - Leuven - Genk
Preceding station     National Railway Company of Belgium   Following station
TerminusIC 03
toward Genk