Here are some photos I took a few years ago when we changed trains in Antwerpen.
We didn’t have time to look around since we only had a few moments to change trains.
What I remember most was the incredible architecture, all the space
and a guy in cowboy boots sitting on a bench on the top floor.
The original terminal was built between 1895 and 1905.
The station was heavily damaged by rockets during WWII.
In the mid 80s it was closed for structural repairs and roof reenforcement.
I hope to visit Antwerpen some day where I would love to also check out the
St. Anna’s Tunnel
mentioned by Kitschig, one of my favorite bloggers, in her latest post.
Go check it out!
Until sanity and safety return, I will travel virtually and revisit favorite places
through my photographs and your blogs.