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Location DB > Belgium > Liège > Hombourg > La Gare Hombourg
La Gare Hombourg
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created by Cavewalker on 9/11/2018 10:57 AM
last modified by fr00tCake on 7/29/2021 12:46 PM
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In 2017, the Belgian Railways removed a large part of trainsets and rails. There is only a very small part of what it once was.

7.2021 - Now open and operating as History Park. There is also a tourist train that operates between here (Hombourg Park 1940) and Montzen Park 1970. See weblink for more info and how to visit.
 Basic Information
Type: Outdoors
Status: Repurposed - Museum
Accessibility: Easy - Open to the public
Recommendation: check it out if you're nearby
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Rue de la Station 56
Hombourg, Liège
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     Historical Dates
    Built: 1895
    Closed: 1962
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    Station Homburg
    Hombourg - Gare de Homburg.jpg
    Opening October 2, 1895
    Closing June 2, 1957 (travelers)
    August 31, 1962 (goods)
    Telegraphic code LMB
    Line (s) 38
    Administrator NMBS
    Portal Portal icon Public transport
    Homburg station is a former railway station along railway line 38 in Homburg, (French: Hombourg), a borough of the commune of Plombières.

    During the Second World War the station was requisitioned by Adolf Hitler and became part of the Deutsche Reichsbahn.
    Every day there were six outward and return journeys to the German Aachen via Hindel, Montzen and Bushausen. This shuttle was put into use when the tunnel between Hombourg and Hindel was replaced. The Belgian army had blown up this tunnel in 1940.

    After the closure of the station, the site remained neglected for years until it was sold in 1981 together with 2 kilometers of railway to a private person who wanted to start a railway museum there. To this end, the building was restored and the railroad until railway line 24 in Montzen was re-established in 1999 by the owner of the station.

    Le Chemin de Fer des Trois Frontières

    The railway association Chemin de Fer des Trois Frontières (Railroad the Three Borders), founded in 2009, aims to realize a tourist railway between Hombourg and Raeren, via Montzen. In doing so, they refurbish the train equipment that the aforementioned private individual has sponsored.
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    The owner is busy renovating trains and will be used as a catering establishment.


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    Tue, Sep 11th, 2018
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    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Emperor Wang on 7/29/2021 3:27 PM.

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  • on Jul 29 21 at 15:27, Emperor Wang validated this location
  • on Jul 29 21 at 12:46, fr00tCake changed the following: Latitude, Longitude, Co-ordinate Accuracy, Status, Accessibility, Hazards, Description, Web Links
  • on Jul 3 19 at 21:37, Emperor Wang validated this location
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  • on Sep 12 18 at 1:57, Steed validated this location
  • on Sep 11 18 at 12:46, Cavewalker updated the main picture
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