Isolatorweg metro station

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Isolatorweg metro station is the terminus of the Amsterdam metro 50 (Ringlijn) and opened on 28 May 1997.[1] The station is a railway embankment near the Isolatorweg on an industrial estate in the western harbor area of Amsterdam. Since there are no nearby residential areas, the station attracts relatively few visitors. The station has an island platform in the middle of a central access. Isolatorweg is the third metro station in Amsterdam that does not have an escalator.

Preceding station   Amsterdam Metro   Following station
Terminus Line 50
toward Gein

References[edit]

  1. ^ Webb, Mary; Clarke, Jackie (April 2007). Jane's Urban Transport Systems 2007-2008. Jane's Information Group. p. 257. ISBN 978-0-7106-2816-9. Retrieved 23 April 2012. 


Coordinates: 52°23′43″N 4°51′2″E / 52.39528°N 4.85056°E / 52.39528; 4.85056