The railway station in Schaerbeek used to be one of the major train stations of Brussels, but it is now largely disused.
Its magnificent building was designed in Flemish Neo-Renaissance style by architect Franz Seulen and built in two phases: the left wing around 1890, the main (right) wing in 1913. It is now listed as a monument by the Brussels Capital Region.
This is a stitch of 12 photos shot 1.5 km away (0.9 miles) from the top floor of the Brusilia residence (the tallest apartment building in Belgium), using a Nikon D7000 with a 600mm f4 lens and a x2 teleconverter. The ICE stitch was reworked then uploaded with Photoshop.