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Interior of the Central strain station in Antwerp, Belgium.

Canon 5D + 75 mm (Tamron 28-75), cropped

The original station building was constructed between 1895 and 1905. The station is widely regarded as the finest example of railway architecture in Belgium.

Since 1998 large-scale reconstruction work has been under way to convert the station from a terminus to a through station.
The station now has four levels and 14 tracks:

level +1 (the current station) has 6 terminating tracks, arranged as two groups of three and separated by a central opening allowing views of the lower levels

level 0 houses ticketing facilities and commercial space

level −1 (7 meters below road level) has 4 terminating tracks, arranged in two pairs

level −2 (18 meters below road level) also has 4 tracks, the two central tracks leading to the tunnel under the city

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