Sliedrecht railway station
Two trains arriving at the station.
|Bicycle facilities||Bicycle parking racks and free on train|
Sliedrecht is a railway station in Sliedrecht, Netherlands. The station is located on the MerwedeLingelijn line between Dordrecht and Geldermalsen, part of the Betuwelijn. It was opened on 16 July 1885, when the station had a single track. Next to the passenger lines is the Betuweroute freight railway line. Arriva has operated the service since December 2006. A new station building was built in 1985, which has already been demolished. In the older stationbuilding (photo) is a restaurant: "De Heren van Slydrecht" (The Lords of Sliedrecht).
The following service calls at Sliedrecht:
- 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) Dordrecht - Gorinchem - Geldermalsen
- 2x per hour local services (stoptrein) Dordrecht - Gorinchem
Bicycles can go on board the trains for free.
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