On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 07:03:40PM +0100, Chris Cannam wrote:
> But with all of these historical big-city stations, transferring across
Berlin has a rather impressive central station now (there's a 'Megastructures'
episode on Youtube about it). Brussels central is really a small station as
there are only 6 tracks on the north-south link. All international trains depart
or arrive at Brussels South (aka 'Midi') and many don't even stop at central
even if they have to pass through it. A really nice station is Antwerp central,
it has a single span steel and glass roof, but there are now three levels below
the original one. You can look up from the lowest one up to the roof.
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