Hoek van Holland Strand metro station

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Hoek van Holland Strand
HvH station Strand2.jpg
Location Hoek van Holland
Netherlands
Coordinates 51°58′58″N 4°7′10″E / 51.98278°N 4.11944°E / 51.98278; 4.11944Coordinates: 51°58′58″N 4°7′10″E / 51.98278°N 4.11944°E / 51.98278; 4.11944
Operated by Rotterdam Metro
Line(s) Schiedam–Hoek van Holland railway
Platforms 2
Other information
Station code Hlds
History
Opened 1893
Location
Hoek van Holland Strand metro station is located in Randstad
Hoek van Holland Strand metro station

Hoek van Holland Strand metro station is a metro station in Hoek van Holland, the Netherlands. It consists of two tracks with side platforms, and is the terminus of the Schiedam–Hoek van Holland railway to Rotterdam. It was opened on 1 June 1893. Its name is derived from the nearby North Sea beach, strand being Dutch for “beach”.

The Nederlandse Spoorwegen stopped operating the line, including Hoek van Holland Strand railway station, on 1 April 2017. After reconstruction, the line will be transferred to Rotterdam Metro. The opening of the metro line is expected in September 2017.[1]

Platform 2

Train services[edit]

Currently closed for reconstruction, the station has no regular service.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hoekse Lijn" (in Dutch). Metropoolregio Rotterdam Den Haag. Retrieved 8 March 2017. 

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