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Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580a) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580b) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580c) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580d) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580e) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580f) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580g) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580h) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580i) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580j) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580k) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580l) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580m) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580n) Train World Museum Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580o) Cartoonist Francois Schuiten Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Isopix/REX Shutterstock (5132580p) Cartoonist Francois Schuiten Train World Museum, Brussels, Belgium - 21 Sep 2015 The new Train World Museum in Brussels is a 8,000 m2 building which stands next to the stationa's historic concourse dating from 1913. It will pay tribute to the rich history of the train in Belgium: the first railway line in continental Europe was opened in 1835 between Mechelen and Brussels, the worlda's first capital city to be served by train. The internationaly well known cartoonist Francois Schuiten has devised the displays. 'We will try to bring the machinery alive at Train World and to make this place as magical as possible,' he commented. The Museum hopes to attract 100,000 visitors per year.
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