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How to get to Borgerhout (Flamande) Hotel Borgerhout (Flamande)

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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 13:40:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'48"N - 4°26'39"O
  • DE LIJN tram 12, Sportpaleis
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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 13:40:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'48"N - 4°26'39"O
  • DE LIJN tram 12, Sportpaleis
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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 13:51:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'1"N - 4°26'33"O
  • DE LIJN tram 3, Gabriël Theunisbrug
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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 13:52:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'4"N - 4°26'32"O
  • DE LIJN tram 2, Gabriël Theunisbrug
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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 13:54:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'4"N - 4°26'32"O
  • DE LIJN tram 6, Gabriël Theunisbrug
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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 14:00:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°14'10"N - 4°26'30"O
  • DE LIJN tram 2, Gabriël Theunisbrug
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Antwerpen
Antwerpen
  • Author: Jan Dreesen Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-11 16:21:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'47"N - 4°24'13"O
  • DE LIJN tram 7, Eilandje
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The Crossing
The Crossing
  • Author: peterphotographic Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-09 14:22:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'13"N - 4°24'5"O
  • The Cathedral of Our Lady is a Roman Catholic cathedral - today's see of the Diocese of Antwerp started in 1352 and, although the first stage of construction was ended in 1521, has never been 'completed'. In Gothic style, its architects were Jan and Pieter Appelmans. It contains a number of significant works by the Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens, as well as paintings by artists such as Otto van Veen, Jacob de Backer and Marten de Vos Cathedral Of Our Lady, Antwerp, Belgium
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El Ganso
El Ganso
  • Author: Fouquier ॐ Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-16 11:14:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'1"N - 4°24'15"O
  • Since I do not believe in the principle of copyright all my shots can be downloaded and used free at will without any prior consent.
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171219_111205_iphone5s_eilandje
171219_111205_iphone5s_eilandje
  • Author: A Is To B As B Is To C Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-12-19 11:12:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'57"N - 4°24'49"O
  • treasurehunt Binnenvaartstraat Eilandje Antwerpen België
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Adonis # 9
Adonis # 9
BEia0461
BEia0461
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:09:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'5"N - 4°24'55"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0462
BEia0462
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:10:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'5"N - 4°24'55"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0463
BEia0463
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:11:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'5"N - 4°24'55"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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BEia0464
BEia0464
  • Author: Steven1774 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-12-08 10:12:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 51°13'5"N - 4°24'55"O
  • 08/12 marks another milestone in the extension of the Antwerp tram network. As of this day the city boulevard ("de leien") can be traveled again from South to North, using tram line 1 (which in fact follows the same route as the old tram line 1, abandoned in the early `60s). Also premetro station Opera is opened to public again, now as a x-over station between level -2 lines from Central Station to Groenplaats (3, 5, 9, 15) and level -3 (today only line 10). Line 1 crosses on street level. Also tram 24 changed destination, no longer running into City Centre terminus Melkmarkt, but from Rooseveltplaats joining right the boulevard line (with line 1), towards Havenhuis (Harbour House, Port Authority). This change is considered a loss of service particularly for travelers from Borgerhout/Deurne towards the City Centre. It is far from sure whether the Havenhuis terminus will deficit attract as much passengers. Also line 8 was canceled at late notice and will no longer use the boulevard line South but end at Astrid station, creating there huge traffic jams for passengers which need to change from line 8 to line 10 in order to continue to the City Centre South. This was particularly driven by the lack of available tram drivers and by a lot of trams being locked in the maintenance depot, all caused by missing operations and maintenance budget. A nice inauguration therefore is somehow negatively influenced by the lack of vision and priority both at Antwerp City Council and at the Flemish Government (overlooking De Lijn). Both City Council and Government responsabilities for public transport are owned by NVA, the poor politics of this party cause now a long-term and expensive investment not to pay off. After years of construction, the result of this is poor service into the city centre; and limited impact on reduction of congestion.
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