Genval is a railway station in Genval, Walloon Brabant, Belgium. The station opened in 1889 on the Line 161 (Brussels - Namur).
The railway station has been built by architect G. De Lulle in 1910, as attested by the inscription "Anno 1910" above the main entrance. The architectural style of the station is not Art nouveau but eclectic. The building, made of orange and yellow bricks, consists of a high central building with a low-rise extension on each side. The rear façade of the station presents a porch roof (or glass porch).
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