Henk Sneevlietweg metro station

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Henk Sneevlietweg
Metrostation Henk Sneevliet.jpg
Location Nieuw-West, Amsterdam
Netherlands
Coordinates 52°20′47″N 4°50′04″E / 52.34639°N 4.83444°E / 52.34639; 4.83444Coordinates: 52°20′47″N 4°50′04″E / 52.34639°N 4.83444°E / 52.34639; 4.83444
Owned by GVB
Platforms Centre platform
Tracks 2
Construction
Structure type Elevated
History
Opened May 28, 1997 (1997-05-28)
Services
Preceding station   Amsterdam Metro   Following station
toward Isolatorweg
Line 50
toward Gein

Henk Sneevlietweg is an Amsterdam Metro station in the south-west Amsterdam, Netherlands. The station opened in 1997 and is located in the suburb of Nieuw-West is served by line 50 services. Henk Sneevlietweg opened on May 28, 1997.[citation needed]

The station is elevated above street level on a railway embankment. The station is named after the street on which its main entrance is located which, in turn, is named after Dutch politician Henk Sneevliet.

Metro services[edit]

  • 50 Isolatorweg - Sloterdijk - Lelylaan - Zuid - RAI - Duivendrecht - Bijlmer ArenA - Holendrecht - Gein

Bus services[edit]

  • 62 Station Lelylaan - Sloten - Hoofddorpplein - Haarlemmermeer - Stadionplein - VU - Zuid - Buitenveldert - RAI - Station Amstel