Station Gent-Sint-Pieters is an eclectic-style building in Gent. It was put into use on the occasion of the 1913 World Exposition. It is one of the largest railway stations in Belgium. In 2007, the station building was fully modernized, during which time the station building was demolished to the foundation, and then rebuilt using the same red brick clock tower that stands above the main entrance of the station.
The appearance of the station is really a bit old, very traditional red brick, a bit like an ancient country building. But after entering the lobby, there is another view. The arched Tianhua, coupled with the murals on the ceiling, make it a bit old-fashioned.