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Wehl is a railway station located in Wehl, Netherlands. The station was opened in 15 July 1885 and is located on the Winterswijk–Zevenaar railway. The train services are operated by Arriva and Breng.
|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.
||'s-Heerenberg - Stokkum - Beek - Loerbeek - Kilder - Wehl - Nieuw-Wehl - Loil - Didam - Nieuw Dijk
||On evenings and weekends, this bus only operates when called one hour before its supposed departure ("belbus").
The station also has bike sheds, parking, and bike lockers.
The Station's name was initially German, much to the chagrin of the locals. When the station was opened in 1885, Wehl citizens protested, and the name was changed to dutch.