Bad Bentheim station

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Bad Bentheim
Bahnhof Bad Bentheim.jpg
Bad Bentheim station
Location Bad Bentheim, Lower Saxony
Germany
Coordinates 52°18′35″N 7°9′26″E / 52.30972°N 7.15722°E / 52.30972; 7.15722Coordinates: 52°18′35″N 7°9′26″E / 52.30972°N 7.15722°E / 52.30972; 7.15722
Line(s) Almelo-Salzbergen railway
Other information
Station code 248
DS100 code HBTF
Category 5

Bad Bentheim is a railway station[1] located in Bad Bentheim, Germany. The station was opened on 18 October 1865 and is located on the Almelo - Salzbergen railway. The train services are operated by Deutsche Bahn with NS Hispeed and the Westfalenbahn.

The station is a border station between Germany and the Netherlands. Dutch and German locomotives change here as the voltage is different in the countries. From Bad Bentheim, passengers can travel on the international service to Amsterdam. Passengers can also reach cities such as Osnabrück, Hannover and Berlin.

To the east of the station is a shunting area for the Bentheimer Eisenbahn which is a freight railway to Nordhorn and Coevorden.

Train services[edit]

The following services currently call at Bad Bentheim:[2]

  • Intercity services Amsterdam - Amersfoort - Hengelo - Osnabrück - Hanover - Berlin
  • Regional services RB 61 Wiehengebirgs-Bahn Bad Bentheim - Rheine - Osnabrück - Herford - Bielefeld
Preceding station   Deutsche Bahn   Following station
Intercity (DB) 140
Preceding station   WestfahlenBahn   Following station
Terminus RB 61
Wiehengebirgs-Bahn

From December 2010 until December 2013 there was a trial with a stopping train between Hengelo, Oldenzaal and Bad Bentheim. This service was operated by Syntus as the Grensland-Express, it stopped due to a lack of passengers.

Bus services[edit]

  • 100 Bad Bentheim - Nordhorn - Neuenhaus - Uelsen - Wilsum - Emlichheim
  • 200 Bad Bentheim - Nordhorn - Neuenhaus - Veldhausen - Hoogstede - Emlichheim

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