Gare Luxembourg—Six Views of an Impressive Railway Station.


Gare Luxembourg is Luxembourg’s primary passenger railway hub. This impressive station hosts trains from Belgium, France and Germany as well as those from Luxeumbourg’s own railway, known by the initials CFL .

CFL is the abbreviation for the state railway undertaking; 

Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois.

CFL has textbook perfect track; and from my brief experience its trains were clean and operated to time.

Gare Luxembourg is a wonderful example of classic Golden Age railway station architecture that has been tastefully modernized in the latest European styles.

Luxembourg is among the countries featured in my book; Brian Solomon’s Railway Guide to Europe. See Kalmbach Hobby Store:

https://kalmbachhobbystore.com/product/book/01304

I made these recent views using my Lumix LX7.

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2 thoughts on “Gare Luxembourg—Six Views of an Impressive Railway Station.”

    1. Hello Tom, thank you for the comments. I made a few unsatisfactory images of the exterior of Luxembourg station. The dull weather didn’t offer me the sort of lighting conditions I’d prefer for picturing a building such as this one. Brian

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