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Journey times between London and Brussels were improved when an 88-kilometre (55 mi) Belgian high-speed line, HSL 1 , opened on 14 December 1997. [51] [52] It links with LGV Nord on the border with France, allowing Eurostar trains heading to Brussels to make the transition between the two without having to reduce speed. A further four-minute improvement for London–Brussels trains was achieved in December 2006 with the opening of the 435-metre (1,427 ft) Brussels South Viaduct . [53] Linking the international platforms of Brussels-South railway station with the high-speed line, the viaduct separates Eurostar (and Thalys) from local services.

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