Klarenbeek railway station

Klarenbeek
Station Klarenbeek (Arriva).jpg
General information
LocationNetherlands
Coordinates52°10′40″N 6°5′3″E / 52.17778°N 6.08417°E / 52.17778; 6.08417Coordinates: 52°10′40″N 6°5′3″E / 52.17778°N 6.08417°E / 52.17778; 6.08417
Line(s)Amsterdam–Zutphen railway
History
Opened1882
Services
Preceding station Arriva Following station
Apeldoorn De Maten
towards Apeldoorn
Stoptrein 17800 Voorst-Empe
towards Zutphen
Location
Klarenbeek is located in Netherlands
Klarenbeek
Klarenbeek
Location within Netherlands

Klarenbeek is a railway station, located in Klarenbeek, Netherlands. The station opened on 1 June 1882 and is on the Amsterdam–Zutphen railway (Oosterspoorweg). The station is actually 2 km north-east of Klarenbeek. The station was originally only built because the line between Apeldoorn and Zutphen was single track, a passing point was needed, this was here. Until December 2006, the station had just 1 platform and one train each way per hour stopped at the station, allowing the other to pass. In December 2006, when 2 more new stations were built on the line, the station received 2 platforms. The train services are operated by Arriva.

Tourism[]

The station is the beginning point for many walks in the area, many people start their journey at the station to see the famous country-side. The Dutch Railways offers many walks in this area via their magazine which is sent to all their customers around The Netherlands.

Train service[]

The following services call at Klarenbeek:

Bus service[]

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