Baarn railway station
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Baarn Station Building
Den Dolder–Baarn railway
|Opened||10 June 1874|
Baarn is a railway station on the Amsterdam–Zutphen railway and the Den Dolder–Baarn railway. It is located in Baarn, Netherlands. The station is operated by the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS). The station was opened on 10 June 1874.
The station has 4 platforms. Platform 1 is joined to the station building. This platform is out of use. Platforms 2 and 3 form an island platform and are for trains to Amersfoort and Amsterdam. Platform 4 is used for trains to/from Utrecht Centraal.
In the early days, the HSM had a railway station, for trains to Amsterdam and Amersfoort, this was on the Oosterspoorweg, and the nearby station Baarn Buurtstation, which was for the train to Utrecht. In 1938 the companies became part of the station NS, however Baarn Buurtstation was not closed until the Stichtse lijn was electrified in 1948. The station was rebuilt, with a platform 4 for the Utrecht train, to prevent delays of Intercitys passing through the station. Since March 2009, platform 1 is no longer used for passenger services.
The following train services call at Baarn:
- 2x per hour local service (sprinter) Utrecht - Baarn
- 2x per hour local service (sprinter) Amsterdam Centraal - Hilversum - Amersfoort Vathorst
|72||Connexxion||Soestdijk Noord||Bunschoten-Spakenburg||Station Baarn, Baarn Town Centre, Baarn North, Bunschoten-Spakenburg||1x per hour. Not Evenings or Sundays|
|73||Connexxion||Soestdijk Noord||Eemnes||Station Baarn, Meander Hospital, Baarn West, Baarn Northwest, Eemnes South||1x per hour. Not Evenings or Sundays|
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