Haarlem Spaarnwoude railway station

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Haarlem Spaarnwoude
Haarlem Spaarnwoude perrons.jpg
Location Netherlands
Coordinates 52°22′58″N 4°40′16″E / 52.38278°N 4.67111°E / 52.38278; 4.67111Coordinates: 52°22′58″N 4°40′16″E / 52.38278°N 4.67111°E / 52.38278; 4.67111
Line(s) Amsterdam–Rotterdam railway
Platforms 2
Other information
Station code Hlms
History
Opened 24 May 1998
Services
Preceding station   Nederlandse Spoorwegen   Following station
toward Zandvoort
NS Sprinter 5400
toward Hoorn
NS Sprinter 4800
Location
Haarlem Spaarnwoude is located in Randstad
Haarlem Spaarnwoude
Haarlem Spaarnwoude
Location within Randstad

Haarlem Spaarnwoude is a small railway station in Spaarnwoude, the Netherlands. It is located east of Haarlem on the Amsterdam–Rotterdam railway (Amsterdam - Haarlem - Leiden - Den Haag - Rotterdam). The N200 road (Amsterdam - Haarlem) runs parallel to the railway on the south side. The station opened on 24 May 1998. On the north side of the station is an IKEA store.

Train services[edit]

As of 11 December 2016, the following train services call at this station:

  • 2x per hour local service (sprinter) Amsterdam - Haarlem - Uitgeest - Alkmaar - Hoorn
  • 2x per hour local service (sprinter) Amsterdam - Haarlem - Zandvoort aan Zee

Tracks and platforms[edit]

The station is on a line with two tracks, and has no additional tracks and no railroad switches. Track 1 in on the south, for the direction Amsterdam, and track 2 on the north, for the direction Haarlem. Each track has its own platform. From the north side there is an entrance to the north platform through a footbridge over a ditch; from the bus stop on the north side of the N200 there is an entrance to the south platform through a footbridge over another ditch. There is a footbridge over the railway and the N200. It has three stairways: to each platform and at the south side of the N200. These entrances and footbridges are at the west end of the platforms. The platforms extend eastwards to under the Kegge Viaduct.

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