Doetinchem De Huet is a railway station located in western Doetinchem, Netherlands. The station lies between the quarters De Huet and Dichteren. The station was opened on 2 June 1985 as a replacement for the previous station Doetinchem West (earlier: Doetinchem-Wijnbergen (1885-1965)), which was open from 1885-1985. It's located on the Winterswijk–Zevenaar railway. Train services are operated by Arriva and Breng. In a Railpro survey in 2005 there were approximately 1,232 passengers per day using Doetinchem De Huet station.
|Arnhem - Doetinchem - Winterswijk
||2x per hour (only 1x per hour after 20:00, on Saturday mornings and Sundays)
|Arnhem - Doetinchem
||2x per hour - Mon-Fri only. Not on evenings.
||Doetinchem Station - Overstegen - Slingeland Ziekenhuis (Hospital) - Centrum (Downtown) - Dichteren - De Huet
||Mon-Fri during daytime hours only.