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Roosendaal railway station

Station statistics
Address Netherlands

51°32′25″N 4°27′32″E / 51.54028°N 4.45889°E / 51.54028; 4.45889Coordinates: 51°32′25″N 4°27′32″E / 51.54028°N 4.45889°E / 51.54028; 4.45889

Line(s) Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway
Roosendaal–Breda railway
Roosendaal–Vlissingen railway
Other information
Opened 1854
Roosendaal railway station

Roosendaal is a railway station in the city of Roosendaal, Netherlands. The station opened on 3 July 1854 on the Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway and is the beginning of the Roosendaal–Vlissingen railway. Roosendaal was the first station in North Brabant to be built. Roosendaal is also a border station between the Netherlands and Belgium.

Train services

The following services start at Roosendaal:

  • 8x per day international service The Hague - Rotterdam - Roosendaal - Antwerp - Brussels
  • 2x per hour intercity services Lelystad - Almere - Amsterdam - Schiphol - The Hague - Rotterdam - Dordrecht - Roosendaal - Vlissingen
  • 2x per hour intercity services Zwolle - Deventer - Arnhem - Nijmegen - 's-Hertogenbosch - Breda - Roosendaal
  • 1x per hour local service (stoptrein) Roosendaal - Antwerp - Puurs (weekdays)
  • 1x per hour local service (stoptrein) Roosendaal - Antwerp - Mechelen - Brussels Airport (weekends)
  • 1x per hour local service (stoptrein) The Hague Central - Rotterdam - Dordrecht - Roosendaal
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
NS Intercity 2600
Terminus NS Intercity 3600
toward Zwolle
Terminus NMBS Stoptrein 2500
Essen (B)
NS Sprinter 5100 Terminus

Bus services

External links

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