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The Lemonnier premetro station is an underground tram station in the City of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium. It is located near the crossroad between the Maurice Lemonnier boulevard and the small ring road. It is part of the North–South Axis tunnel which crosses the city center from the Brussels-North railway station to the Albert premetro station. Additional tunnel exits exist at the Brussels-South railway station as well as at the Lemonnier premetro station, allowing trams to leave or enter the tunnel at those points. Currently, tram routes 51 and 82 enter the tunnel at Lemonnier toward the South. Tram routes 3 and 4 as well as evening routes 31, and 32 also stop at Lemonnier. The station is decorated with paintings by Hamsi Boubeker.[1] On a lower floor there is unused second station with two platforms. In the tunnel between Annessens and Lemonnier there is a tunnel towards this station.

Brussels Premetro North-South Axis
Gare du Nord/Noordstation
Rogier
De Brouckère
Bourse/Beurs
Anneessens
Lemonnier
Gare du Midi/Zuidstation
Porte de Hal/ Hallepoort
Parvis de Saint-Gilles/ Sint-Gillis Voorplein
Horta
Albert
Lemonier premetro tunnel

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