Almere Strand railway station

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Almere Strand
Station Almere Strand.JPG
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 52°19′58″N 5°8′56″E / 52.33278°N 5.14889°E / 52.33278; 5.14889Coordinates: 52°19′58″N 5°8′56″E / 52.33278°N 5.14889°E / 52.33278; 5.14889
Line(s) Weesp–Lelystad railway
Platforms 2
Other information
Station code Alms
Opened 1 May 1996
Closed 6 October 2012
Almere Strand is located in Randstad
Almere Strand
Almere Strand
Location within Randstad

Almere Strand (English: Almere Beach) was a railway station in Almere, Netherlands. It was located on the Weesp-Lelystad railway (Flevolijn) between the Weesp and Almere Muziekwijk stations. Almere Strand Station was served only during the Libelle Zomerweek and during events at the nearby beach.[1][2] Trains at this station were operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.

The station, which had two platforms with no facilities, was first opened on 1 May 1996 before being closed on 1 July 1996. It remained closed until 1 June 1999, when it reopened.[3] It was closed permanently in October 2012, shortly before Almere Poort railway station opened.


  1. ^ Robert Kaag (n.d.). "Flevolijn". Retrieved 2011-05-17. 
  2. ^ Unknown (2011). "Veelgestelde vragen" [Frequently asked questions] (in Dutch). Libelle Zomerweek. Retrieved 2011-05-17. 
  3. ^ "Openings- en sluitingsdata van stations tussen 1990 en 2000 (Dutch)".