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the new Fyra highspeed train

Brussels, Belgium, December 26, 2012. The new international train called Fyra, serving a 2 hour highspeed connection between Amsterdam and Brussels, in the underground central station of Brussels. Since the start almost every travel was delayed due to technical problems, as well as miscommunication between Dutch and Belgian railway personnel. A railway clock is mirrored in the windows of the train.

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Brussels, Belgium, December 26, 2012. The new international train called Fyra, serving a 2 hour highspeed connection between Amsterdam and Brussels, in the underground central station of Brussels. Since the start almost every travel was delayed due to technical problems, as well as miscommunication between Dutch and Belgian railway personnel. A railway clock is mirrored in the windows of the train.