Den Helder railway station

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Den Helder
StationDenHelder.jpg
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 52°57′23″N 4°45′39″E / 52.95639°N 4.76083°E / 52.95639; 4.76083Coordinates: 52°57′23″N 4°45′39″E / 52.95639°N 4.76083°E / 52.95639; 4.76083
Line(s) Den Helder–Amsterdam railway
History
Opened 20 December 1865
Services
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
Terminus NS Intercity 800
toward Maastricht
NS Intercity 3000
toward Nijmegen
Location
Den Helder is located in the Netherlands
Den Helder
Den Helder
Location within the Netherlands

Den Helder is a Terminus railway station in the naval town of Den Helder, The Netherlands. The station opened on 20 December 1865, and is the most northerly station in North Holland. The station is the start of the Den Helder–Amsterdam railway. The original station building was demolished in 1958 and a new building was built a bit further south than previous.

The railway line was electrified in 1958. In 1980 another station, Den Helder Zuid opened. The station now has three platforms. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.

Train services[edit]

The station is served by the following service(s):

  • 2x per hour Intercity services Den Helder - Amsterdam - Utrecht - Nijmegen

Bus services[edit]

The station is served by the following bus services:

Line Route Notes
Connexxion
28 Den Helder station - Den Burg - De Koog Uses the ferry to Texel
30 Den Helder station - Nieuw-Den Helder - Den Helder Zuid station - Julianadorp
31 Den Helder station - Nieuw-Den Helder - Den Helder Zuid station
32 Den Helder station - Nieuw-Den Helder - Den Helder Zuid station - Julianadorp
34 Den Helder station - De Schooten
135 Den Helder station - Hippolytushoef - Den Oever bus station - Wieringerwerf - Middenmeer - Abbekerk - Hoorn
158 Den Helder station - Anna Paulowna - Den Oever bus station
851 Station Den Helder - Callantsoog - St Maartenszee - Petten Summer bus along the coast

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