Kampen Zuid is a railway station in the Netherlands, located on the Lelystad–Zwolle railway, also known as the Hanzelijn. The station is located in the south of Kampen, Overijssel.
The station opened on 9 December 2012, with there being 2 platforms and 2 tracks.
InterCity trains from The Hague and Schiphol to Groningen and Leeuwarden pass through the station on the middle tracks.
Earlier station [ edit ]
Between 1 October 1913 and 15 May 1934 there also was a station called Kampen Zuid. This was at the end of the Kampen - Hattem railway line, which connected with the Zwolle - Apeldoorn railway line in Hattem.
Train services [ edit ]
As of 11 December 2016
train services call at this station:
, the following
2× per hour local
Sprinter service The Hague - Leiden - Amsterdam - Almere - Lelystad - Zwolle
Bus services [ edit ]
11. Kampen Zuid Station - Flevowijk - Hagenbroek - Kampen Station
12. Kampen Zuid Station - Bovenbroek - Kampen Station
See also [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]