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Boxtel railway station

Station statistics
Address Netherlands

51°35′04″N 5°19′08″E / 51.58444°N 5.31889°E / 51.58444; 5.31889Coordinates: 51°35′04″N 5°19′08″E / 51.58444°N 5.31889°E / 51.58444; 5.31889

Line(s) Breda–Eindhoven railway
Utrecht–Boxtel railway
Other information
Opened 1865
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
toward Tilburg Universiteit
NS Sprinter 5200
toward Eindhoven
NS Sprinter 9600
toward Deurne
Boxtel railway station

Boxtel is a railway station located in Boxtel, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 May 1865 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway (between Tilburg and Eindhoven) and the Utrecht–Boxtel railway. The station is currently operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. Boxtel is an interchange station for Stoptreinen (trains stopping at every station) in North Brabant. There are services meeting in 3 different directions.

The station was majorly rebuilt from 1998 and opened in 2000. This is when the station became two island platforms.


These are some of the destinations that are possible to reach from Boxtel:

Tilburg, Eindhoven, Helmond, Deurne and 's-Hertogenbosch.

The nearest major stations where all trains stop are:

Train services

The following services currently call at Boxtel:

  • 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) Tilburg Universiteit - Eindhoven
  • 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) 's-Hertogenbosch - Eindhoven - Deurne

External links

  • NS website (Dutch)
  • Dutch Public Transport journey planner (Dutch)
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